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Plea Accepted in Enron-Related Case

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Plea Accepted in Enron-Related Case

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Plea Accepted in Enron-Related Case

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A federal judge accepts a plea deal for the wife of Andrew Fastow, the former Enron chief financial officer. Under the agreement, Lea Fastow would spend five months in prison; she had been charged with six criminal counts. That could clear the way for a plea agreement from Andrew Fastow and his cooperation in the government's probe of the Enron collapse. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.

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