Ken Lay Dead of Heart Attack

... reportedly while vacationing up in Aspen. More later.

By Andrew Cohen |  July 5, 2006; 10:12 AM ET
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The images of all the former Enron employee's sitting on the curb with their belonings on the curb still haunt me. Those employes lost everything. Hope, dreams and security. The convictions of Lay and Skillings were so fitting. I believe Lay felt more shame of being convicted than sorrow for the many families that lost their all.

Posted by: MHR, Suitland, MD | July 5, 2006 11:41 AM

What an inglorious end! From the pinnacles of business power and acumen to the death of a convicted felon, here lies the legacy of Ken Lay. All that glitters may be fools' gold . . .

Posted by: melvindupree | July 5, 2006 12:27 PM

God finally did what others lacked the courage to do, he got even with Lay for all the harm he did others. Enough said

Posted by: sgtcedward | July 5, 2006 06:39 PM

from what I understand, ken lay's life insurance policy can't be touched by a criminal or civil lawsuit.
being in the medical profession, I know what 48 hours of Cialis will do to a 64 year old man-the ultimate nonstressful stress test! I don't think he stopped when he got short of breath!

Posted by: sbickel | July 10, 2006 02:32 PM

A wonderful site.

Posted by: Merlin | August 18, 2006 07:17 PM

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