Enron Execs Still Not Charged Two years after Enron filed for bankruptcy, prosecutors continue to try to build a case against the company's top executives. Some legal observers speculate that Enron Chairman Ken Lay and CEO Jeffrey Skilling won't be indicted. Others say the government's case is going well. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.
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Two Years Later, Prosecutors Eye Enron Case

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Two Years Later, Prosecutors Eye Enron Case

Two Years Later, Prosecutors Eye Enron Case

Two Years Later, Prosecutors Eye Enron Case

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Two years after Enron filed for bankruptcy, prosecutors continue to try to build a case against the company's top executives. Some legal observers speculate that Enron Chairman Ken Lay and CEO Jeffrey Skilling won't be indicted. Others say the government's case is going well. NPR's Wade Goodwyn reports.