From KWTX: Enron founder Kenneth Lay, who faced decades in prison after his conviction in the collapse of the energy giant, has died, CNN reported We
July 4, 2006

From KWTX:

Enron founder Kenneth Lay, who faced decades in prison after his conviction in the collapse of the energy giant, has died, CNN reported Wednesday morning.

Lay died in Aspen, Colo., evidently of a massive heart attack, according to wire reports.

After five days of deliberations in May, jurors in Houston convicted Lay and former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling in the 2001 collapse of the company.

Details are still coming out on it. It will be interesting to see what the final autopsy report reveals.

Update:

Former Enron Corp. chairman and founder Ken Lay died of a massive heart attack early Wednesday, KPRC Local 2 reported...read on

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