Fastows' Pleas Close an Enron Chapter

Former Enron financial chief Andrew Fastow and his wife, Lea, enter guilty pleas for their roles in the energy-company debacle. Federal prosecutors hope that in addition to serving 10 years in jail, the man accused of hiding Enron's financial plight will help strengthen the cases against former Enron executives Jeff Skilling and Ken Lay. Hear NPR's Wade Goodwyn.

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