Wednesday, July 5

Money Leads to Death of Rich Fraudster 

The Washington Post says a very rich person is now dead:
"The recently convicted and former Enron CEO Kenneth L. Lay, 64, died early today near Aspen, Colorado, a family spokeswoman said."

Presumably it was because
"On Friday, federal prosecutors asked a judge to order Lay and former fellow Enron Corp. executive Jeffrey K. Skilling to turn over $182.2 million in assets, arguing that their homes and other assets were acquired by fraud.

Ouch. That would give me a heart attack.

Lucky for most of us that we don't ever have to worry about a judge demanding $182 million from us. We're safe.

Other rich fraudsters, take note.

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