Thursday, July 21, 2005

No end to Enron Broadband...

No guilty verdicts in latest Enron case

Mary Flood reports in this morning's Houston Chronicle that, "Three months after the Enron Internet fraud trial began, prosecutors failed Wednesday to win a single conviction against any of the five defendants."

Jury deliberations lasted only four days, and resulted in Not Guilty verdicts on 24 counts - but deadlocked on another 168 counts...Judge Vanessa Gilmore refused to force the jury to go back in for further deliberations an hour after they had told her they were hopelessly deadlocked.

Get in depth analysis from Houston Clear Thinker's here.
See the Houston Chronicle's coverage of Enron here.
See my earlier post on the Broadband trial here.

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