Focus Turns to Case Against Enron's Lay 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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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

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.