February 01, 2007
The Last Enron Broadband Conviction is Vacated
Posted by Christine Hurt

Yesterday U.S. District Judge Vanessa Gilmore vacated the last Enron Broadband conviction standing.  Tom K. was all over it.  The Houston Chronicle article is here.  Peter Henning, who is quoted in the article is here.

Of course, the big question is what does this do to Skilling's appeal?  Remember, according to prosecutor John Hueston, Skilling's guilt came down to the fact that he knew about the Broadband criminal activities.  However, if those are not considered criminal activities now, then what exactly was Skilling guilty of?

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