This ECI PowerPoint presentation was created on September 7, 1999. It’s a clear, easy to understand sales and marketing document.
As James A. Brown prepares for his second trial on September 20 under an indictment which fails to state an offense, I have to wonder about the sanity of our government. For instance, I wonder how much taxpayer money has… Continue Reading
From the Chron: The U.S. Supreme Court said Friday that it will hear the appeal of a former top strategist in Enron’s broadband division who says he shouldn’t be retried on insider trading charges because a jury acquitted him of… Continue Reading
According to Kristen Hays writing for Houston Chronicle, Joe Hirko, one of the Enron Broadband defendants, is slated to plead guilty to federal felony Tuesday rather than face a jury for a second time. Joseph Hirko was slated to be… Continue Reading
Kristen Hays, writing for the Houston Chronicle, reports that retrials of three former Enron broadband division executives have been postponed by several weeks as they seek an appeal before the U.S. Supreme Court. Last March, the 5th U.S. Circuit Court… Continue Reading
How on earth did I miss this? It’s a press release, I think, from Rex Shelby’s attorney’s office, but there’s some new information in it that piqued my interest. Two former Enron executives that are up for retrial are asking… Continue Reading
John Kroger is what I call the “lesser prosecutor” in the Enron case (he prosecuted the Broadband Trial, which as of this date has produced exactly zero jury convictions). He is presently running for Attorney General in the great state… Continue Reading
April 18, 2000 was a pivotal day regarding Raptors. It was the day the SPE was approved by many executives, but notably not Jeff Skilling. A document used as an exhibit for the prosecution during the trial shows that six… Continue Reading