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   PastimesWill Ken Lay Ever Go to Prison?


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To: Glenn Petersen who wrote (14)7/7/2003 11:19:11 PM
From: Ann Corrigan
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The fact that it did not get more attention supports the GOP's theory that the majority of journalists are Democrats, does it not.

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To: Ann Corrigan who started this subject8/12/2003 4:06:33 AM
From: Julius Wong
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WorldCom, Enron Former Chiefs Eluding Convictions for Fraud

Aug. 12 (Bloomberg) -- More than a year after the two biggest corporate frauds in U.S. history wiped out billions of dollars in assets and workers' pensions at WorldCom Inc. and Enron Corp., the chief executives who led those companies remain free of criminal charges.

Bernard Ebbers, Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling may never face prosecution, according to former federal prosecutors and securities lawyers.

quote.bloomberg.com

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To: Ann Corrigan who started this subject9/14/2003 12:18:40 PM
From: Ann Corrigan
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Boylefamily71@btinternet.com

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To: Ann Corrigan who wrote (17)10/27/2003 10:59:17 AM
From: Ann Corrigan
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Here they are:

207.188.212.158

fairus.org

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