Kevin Murray (claystorm) wrote,
Kevin Murray

More proof why fraud does not pay...

Kenneth Lay, the former Enron chief executive who was convicted in May of fraud and conspiracy died of a heart attack in Aspen, CO.

I mean gee; I wonder what could have brought on a heart attack? Could it be the stress of a federal conviction? Maybe the thought of facing up to 40 years in a federal prison? Could it be Satin?

I feel sorry for his family, I really do. As much as I joke, the death of a loved one is something no one wants, even if they did do the things the Ken Lay did.

But next time you think about committing securities fraud & conspiracy, think that you could die young from a heart attack...
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