Sherron Watkins

NPR's Emily Harris reports on the congressional hearings on Enron. Sherron Watkins, an Enron executive who discovered her company's unusual accounting and brought it to the attention of her superiors, testified before a House subcommittee Thursday. She said former chairman Kenneth Lay was duped by two top executives at Enron.

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