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Enron Investigation #654442

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 22, 2002
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Houston: Jim Avila) The continuing investigation into the collapse of the Enron energy company reported; details given of the search of Enron's Houston headquarters by the FBI; scenes shown of the Enron headquarters; courtroom sketches shown. [Former Enron executive Maureen CASTANEDA - says she found shredded documents.] [DePaul College of Law Professor Leonard L. CAVISE - says Enron could not destroy documents once the investigation was under way.] [President BUSH - says his mother-in-law losing most of her Enron investment.] (Artist: Eve Myles)

(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Lisa Myers) Former Arthur Andersen executive David Duncan'splans to plead the Fifth Amendment rather than testify about the Enron bankruptcy investigation reported. [Representative James GREENWOOD - says an October memo should have signaled that Enron documents were to be preserved.] [Center for Quality Financial Reporting/ Colorado State University Lynn TURNER - asks what people were thinking.]

Avila, Jim;
Brokaw, Tom;
Myers, Lisa

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