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Lay, Skilling Stand Trial as Enron-Inspired Rules Face Backlash

Lay, Skilling Stand Trial as Enron-Inspired Rules Face Backlash

by Toby Lucich on December 27, 2005

The judge who gave Bernard Ebbers 25 years in prison for committing the biggest corporate fraud in U.S. history realized the former head of WorldCom Inc. would probably die there.

“This sentence is likely to be a life sentence,” U.S. District Court Judge Barbara Jones said in July 2005 after handing Ebbers, 63, one of the longest prison terms ever in a corporate corruption case.

Lay, Skilling Stand Trial as Enron-Inspired Rules Face Backlash

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