It took four years, but it was still satisfying that former Enron executives Ken Lay (in photo) and Jeffrey Skilling were finally been found guilty — and on all counts. Both plan to appeal Thursday’s verdicts, of course. But as The Washington Post reported: “Now the two men, who together invested close to $70 million in their defense, face the possibility of spending the rest of their lives in prison and living in history as the ringleaders of a fraud at a company whose name became synonymous with accounting tricks and rule-breaking.”
Posted by Phillip Brownlee
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