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September 16, 2006

Some Enron-related sentencing news

As detailed in this Houston Chronicle article, yesterday a "former assistant treasurer at Enron was sentenced to four years probation and a $10,000 fine for his role in deceiving credit rating agencies while working at the collapsed energy giant." 

Hat tip to Tom Kirkendall, who provides some background in this post at Houston's Clear Thinkers.  (Folks following the Olis resentencing closely with also want to check out Tom's strong posts on this past week's resentencing hearing here and here.)

UPDATE: The Houston Chronicle now has this piece previewing other upcoming Enron sentencings.

September 16, 2006 at 07:27 AM | Permalink

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