ENRON'S DIRTY LAUNDRY

The U.S. Senators seemed a little taken aback by the gall of the star witness. Hauled before a congressional committee last week, former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling not only declined to take the Fifth, he seemed unrepentant, unbowed, at times defiant. He insisted he had never lied. Enron's problems were all someone else's fault. Scandal junkies, who had been looking forward to a showdown between Skilling and Enron whistle-blower Sherron Watkins, were disappointed. Even though she sat but a few...
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