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Enron Investigation / House Hearings / Tauzin Interview #656109

CNN Evening News for Thursday, Jan 24, 2002
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Capitol Hill: Kate Snow) The appearance by former Arthur Andersen auditor David Duncan at House committee hearings on Enron featured. [In response to question from Representative Jim Greenwood, DUNCAN - declines to answer.] [Andersen partner C.E. ANDREWS - admits the destruction of documents was inappropriate.] [In response to questions, Andersen attorney Nancy TEMPLE - comments.]

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Taped interview held with House Energy and Commerce Committee Representative Bill Tauzin about the day's hearings. [From Capitol Hill, TAUZIN - says corporate accounting policy has to change and there was "gross stupidity" at Arthur Andersen; says destroying documents is obstruction of justice; explains why Andersen is being questioned before Enron.]

Brown, Aaron;
Snow, Kate

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