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Enron Investigation / Documents / Investor Lawsuits #651422

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 22, 2002
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Studio: Brian Ross) The issue of the ongoing shredding of documents by Enron examined. [Enron shareholders attorney William LERACH - says Enron's lawyer admitted shredding documents.] [Enron attorney Kenneth MARKS - explains why the FBI was called in. ] [Former Enron foreign exchange director Maureen CASTANEDA - outlines what Enron did.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) President Bush's mother-in-law's losses in Enron stock cited.

(Houston: David Wright) Lawsuit brought by investors against Enron for being untrustworthy examined. [ATTORNEY - comments on the case against Enron.] [Arthur Andersen attorney Rusty HARDEN, Enron CEO Kenneth Lay's ATTORNEY - comment.] [Enron investor John ODOM, plaintiffs' attorney Melvyn WEISS - talk about damage claims against limited assets.]

Jennings, Peter;
Ross, Brian;
Wright, David

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