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Enron Investigation #652924

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jan 24, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Bob Schieffer) The continuing investigations into the collapse of the Enron energy company featured; details given of the refusal of former Arthur Andersen auditor David Duncan to testify about his actions concerning the shredding of Enron documents; scenes shown from House committee hearings. [Representative James GREENWOOD - says Duncan was "at the wheel" of Enron's "getaway car".] [DUNCAN - refuses to answer questions.] [Arthur andersen Dorsey BASKIN - says Duncan acted without consulting other members of the firm.] [Energy and Commerce Committee chairman Representative Billy TAUZIN - asks if Arthur Andersen had the responsibility not to destroy relevant documents.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Houston, Texas: Maureen Maher) The responses of former Enron employees to the Enron investigation examined; details given about the impact of the Enron collapse on many married couples who both worked for Enron. [Former Enron employees Kim LERRO, Dixie YECK, Alan McGAUGHY - express their feeling about Enron and their situation.]

Maher, Maureen;
Rather, Dan;
Schieffer, Bob

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