Ken Lay Dead, Energy Industry Officially Not Corrupt Anymore
Enron founder Kenneth Lay died this morning in Aspen, Colorado, awaiting sentencing for fraud and conspiracy. Lay, 64, was admitted to the hospital last night after suffering a massive coronary.
Federal prosecutors immediately found a large portrait of Mr. Lay and placed it in an imitation gold frame with tasteful gray matte.
Update: In retrospect, headline should've been God Pardons Ken Lay.