July 05, 2006

Kenny Boy Kicks It

News Item: Enron's Kenneth Lay Dies at 64.

It's really unfortunate that this vile, swindling gonnif never served a day in prison, and even more unfortunate that he died at his vacation home in Colorado. After he was accused, and convicted, of perpetuating massive fraud, why the hell was Lay allowed to keep his home? I don't remember the same courtesy being extended to Johnny Sack.

Posted by Stephen Silver at July 5, 2006 02:06 PM

It probably has something to do with property seizure laws in Colorado.

Scumbag cheated the system...how many other people facing 20 years get to stay out until sentencing?

Posted by: Tainted Bill at July 5, 2006 09:02 PM

I'll bet, much like Philadelphia's Ron White, that Ken Lay is not dead.

Posted by: LilB at July 6, 2006 10:59 AM
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