Lay and Skilling guilty of conspiracy
Former Enron exectuives Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey skilling found guilty of conspiracy and fraud
A jury has found Jeffrey Skilling and Ken Lay, the former executives of
collapsed energy company Enron guilty of fraud and conspiracy.
Lay, 64, and Skilling, 52, were found guilty by a court in Houston for their
role in the collapse of Enron in 2001.
According to reports on CNN, Skilling was found guilty of a total of 20 of
the 28 charges against him, and Lay guilty of all six charges against him.