July 5th, 2006


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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