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Enron: Lay Death #836558

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 05, 2006
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Houston: Don Teague) The sudden death of Enron founder Ken Lay as he awaited sentencing for his fraud & conspiracy conviction related to his company’s collapse featured; details recalled of the accounting scandal that brought Enron down. [First Methodist Church Steve WENDE†- says he’s been under tremendous stress.] [May 25, LAY – says he is still a very blessed man.] [CNBC’s Scott COHN†- says the jury determined that Lay lied about the health of his company.] [“The Smartest Guys in the Room” co-author Bethany McLEAN†- comments on the association of Lay’s name with corporate corruption.] [Former Enron employee Connie CASTILLO†- reacts.]

Williams, Brian;
Teague, Don

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