A federal jury today convicted former Enron chairman Kenneth L. Lay of each of the six counts with which he was charged and convicted his protege Jeffrey K. Skilling of 19 of 28 counts, holding the top executives accountable for fraud on their watch.
Now, of course, they will tie the damn thing up in appeals for years. Remember that appeals are about procedure, not about truth.
Twelve good persons and true saw through their lies and recognized that they sacrificed the hard work, good will, dedication, faith, and personal worth of their employees and shareholders for their own personal games–er, gain.
Hope they look good in orange.