Note From the Afterlife?

Obviously, Kenneth L. Lay's family has other things on its mind now, but a quick check to, which the Lay defense team posted more than a year ago and used to tell their client's side of the story, shows it is still active and has not been updated to reflect today's news.

Indeed, the opening line of the most-recent entry, posted after his guilty verdict in May, reads eeriliy like a note from beyond, if the word "trial" is read figuratively rather than literally:

"Dear Visitor:

Now that my trial has concluded, I would like to offer a few brief comments."

By Frank Ahrens |  July 5, 2006; 4:17 PM ET  | Category:  Dispatches
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Its funny how appropriate this is. A sigh of relief almost.

Posted by: Brandon | July 5, 2006 08:56 PM

I lied about everything else. This is the ultimate lie.

Posted by: mark | July 6, 2006 12:35 PM

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