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Enron Investigation / Andersen Audit / Politics #655902

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Jan 13, 2002
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(Studio: Carol Lin) Reports that the Arthur Andersen auditing company destroyed Enron Corporation documents reported.

(White House: John King) The politics around the Enron collapse reviewed; details given of Democratic criticism that two cabinet members (Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill and Commerce Secretary Don Evans) received telephone calls from Enron CEO Kenneth Lay before the company's collapse. [O'NEILL - explains why he did not President Bush about Lay's calls.] [Senator Joseph LIEBERMAN - says he has seen no evidence that Bush officials acted improperly.]

King, John;
Lin, Carol

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