Guilty Verdicts for Enron Brass

It was the white-collar trial of the century, and now the verdicts are in: On May 25, former Enron honchos Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling were found guilty on charges of fraud and conspiracy. The eight-woman, four-man panel found Skilling guilty on 19 of 28 counts, while Lay was convicted on all six counts leveled against him. Skilling was spared on charges of insider trading. They each face decades behind bars at their sentencing, scheduled for mid-September.

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