Monday, February 16, 2004

Ashcroft's Justice Dept. FINALLY nails a top Enron scumbag 

But not Kenny-Boy. Not just yet. He's next, presumably.

The following link is from truthout.org. The original story is from the Financial Times, which is subscription-only. Since truthout did not have a servlet link to connect to, the following story is available only at truthout.org.

Savvy? Man, we're all techno-philes here on the Big Bad Internet, especially when we strive for credibility.

Enron's Skilling May Face Charges Next Week

By Adrian Michaels in New York and Joshua Chaffin in Washington

The Financial Times

US federal prosecutors plan to bring criminal charges against Jeffrey Skilling, the former chief executive of Enron, as the probe finally reaches the very top of the Houston-based energy group.

Details of the charges could be revealed by next Thursday, people close to the case said, though they warned that delays are possible. Mr Skilling is expected to contest any allegations that he took part in orchestrating or concealing one of the most shocking of corporate frauds.


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