[quote] This whole thing WREAKS of favoritism towards Enron and a smear campaign against what has historically been the most ethical and reputable firm among the former Big Six. It's stinks - badly.<hr></blockquote>If this verdict takes the place of further court proceedings against those suspected of being guilty at ENRON then I would agree with you . . . but if it is merely part of a larger cleaning-of-house then they deserve what they get .
besides, if they are guilty then they deserve to serve.... for aiding criminals: and the question really is, if ENRON and gang had robbed people on the streets and taken the same amount of money that they basically stole from their workers, would it finally be something that people could recognize for the crime it was?
I mean, is it their suites and ties and their wealth that makes us think they are above common criminals?
And just another thing: when the rolling blackouts were happeningg there were many on these boards that KNEW that they were a direct result of DEREGULATION . . . but we simply got shuttled aside by those that are blinded from seeing corporate criminal activity as a real thing. AND, when it was finally revealed that ENRON had a direct role in these rolling blackouts and false energy crisis nobody said anything!!!
now I wonder why that is?