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Focus Turns to Case Against Enron's Lay

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Focus Turns to Case Against Enron's Lay

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Focus Turns to Case Against Enron's Lay

Focus Turns to Case Against Enron's Lay

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Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling was indicted on 42 counts of fraud and insider trading Thursday. He is the third former Enron executive to be charged in a month. Now questions are being raised about whether authorities will indict Enron's No. 1 man, former Chairman Ken Lay. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.

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