The Daily Enron

Things are not looking good for the government's criminal prosecution of Arthur Andersen. The jury apparently cannot make heads or tails out of the Department of Justice's case against Andersen and has told the judge that it's deadlocked. Maybe the DOJ's inability to prove obstruction of justice, even with mountains of shredded evidence, explains why the administration wants to try terrorists in military courts. And, as each day brings new revelations of corporate skullduggery, more investors are moving their money to higher ground. » Read more at the DailyEnron.com

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