NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 09, 2002
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Report introduced.
(Chicago: Jim Avila) The guilty plea from former Arthur Andersen accountant David Duncan on charges of obstruction of justice during the Enron energy company collapse investigation reported; details given of the effect of the Enron scandal on Andersen workers. [Duncan's attorney Sam SEYMOUR - says Duncan is cooperating.] [Former Andersen employee Chris DUFFEY - says Andersen could have handled the job cuts better.] [Former Andersen employee Susan LIFVENDAHL - says the Justice Department indictment was not reasonable.] [Chicago Mayor Richard DALEY - says the Justice Department must remember that it is indicting the corporation.] ["Crain's Chicago Business" Sarah KLEIN - says Andersen is unlikely to survive.]