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Breaking: More Rich People Headed for Prison
The jury in the Enron criminal case has returned with a verdict, and the news is not good for the defendants.
Enron founder Ken Lay has been convicted on all six counts of fraud and conspiracy (as well as additional bank fraud charges that were tried before the judge rather than the jury).
Former CEO Jeff Skilling has been convicted on 19 of the 28 counts he faced. He has been convicted on fraud and conspiracy charges, but acquitted on all the insider trading charges except one.
Lay and Skilling: Now it's their turn to get fucked in the ass.