June 25, 2010
Perhaps The Supreme Court Doesn't Read the Houston Chronicle
Posted by Christine Hurt

Yesterday, the Court in ruling that pretrial publicity and community prejudice did not prevent Skilling from obtaining a fair trial, the Court specifically mentioned how "over four years elapsed between Enron's bankruptcy and Skilling's trial."

Today, almost nine years after the Enron bankruptcy, the Houston Chronicle reporters reveal continuing scorn for the Enron executive.  See Former Enron Workers' Emotions Still Raw and a Loren Steffy editorial in which he refers to the overruling of the honest services count as "a frustrating non-resolution to a case for which this city, Enron's former employees and other victims have long sought closure."  Apparently, one cannot assume that the passage of time will cause all memories to fade.

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