The Justice Dept. Is Just Warming Up

Its victory in the Andersen obstruction case will likely lead to charges against individuals at the firm -- and then against Enron

Emboldened by the victories it has scored so far in its prosecution of Arthur Andersen -- first the guilty plea it wrung from ex-auditor David B. Duncan and now the June 15 obstruction-of-justice verdict against the firm itself -- the U.S. Justice Dept. is making it clear that it's far from done with Andersen or the big fish, Enron.

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