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Corporate Greed #727516

CNN Evening News for Thursday, May 01, 2003
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Monday's settlement with Wall Street firms noted.

(New York: Jan Hopkins) The indictments of Enron CFO & his wife Andrew & Lea Fastow as well as other executives examined; courtroom sketches by Pat Lopez shown. [Deputy attorney general; Larry THOMPSON†- says the indictments are a significant milestone in efforts to expose criminal conduct related to Enron's collapse.] [Division of enforcement deputy director Linda THOMSEN† says the indicted individuals fed the Enron fairy tale.] [Enron task force deputy director Andrew WEISSMANN†- says the task force continues to sift through the rubble that was Enron.]

Brown, Aaron;
Hopkins, Jan

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