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Old 07-06-2006, 01:28 AM
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Default Who Killed Ken Lay?

There are a lot of officials in the Bush regime who owned Enron stock. What did they know? Could Lay implicate them? Likely. Oh well. Aurevoir Kenny.

Enron founder Ken Lay dead of heart attack

Jul 5, 2006 By Matt Daily

HOUSTON (Reuters) - Enron Corp. founder Ken Lay died of a heart attack on Wednesday, six weeks after he was convicted of fraud in the financial scandal that brought down the once-mighty energy conglomerate.

Lay, 64, was at his vacation home near Aspen, Colorado, awaiting sentencing, and was expected to face decades in prison for his fraud and conspiracy convictions linked to Enron's 2001 bankruptcy.

"Ken Lay passed away early this morning," Lay family spokeswoman Kelly Kimberly said in a statement.
Let's rethink on the death of Enron man Cliff Baxter.

CBS Evening News
The Mysterious Death Of An Enron Exec
WASHINGTON, April 10, 2002

(CBS) It may be the biggest outstanding mystery in the Enron story: the death of Cliff Baxter, a former top Enron executive. He'd just agreed to testify to Congress in the Enron case. A congressional source tells CBS News that Baxter wasn't a target in the probe, he was to provide evidence against others.

But on the morning of January 25th he was found in his car - shot dead.

Police were criticized for calling it a suicide before investigating, so they kept the case open. The fact that it's still open more than two months later has made the Cliff Baxter case prime fodder for murder conspiracy theories, reports CBS News Correspondent Sharyl Attkisson.
And finally, let's look to Wayne Madsen for more on Ken Lay.

July 5, 2006 -- SPECIAL REPORT.
Just as WMR was looking into reports from our sources that investigators were checking into the stashing of Enron money in off-shore secret bank accounts prior to Enron's collapse, comes word from Aspen, Colorado that Enron founder Ken Lay, who was convicted of various counts of fraud in the largest corporate collapse in history, died from a massive heart attack while vacationing at his Aspen home.

Ken Lay is taking to the grave a number of secrets that are politically and criminally embarrassing to the Bush crime family. A meeting held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan on September 7, 1996 is a case in point. According to U.S. intelligence sources, a meeting was held between 40 representatives from Enron, Uzbek President Islam Karimov, Saudi billionaire Adnan Khashoggi, and Taliban leaders from Afghanistan. Khashoggi reportedly represented Saudi government and business leaders at the meeting and periodically left the meeting, returning by private jet to Saudi Arabia, to obtain "permission" for certain agreements. Also involved in the Tashkent talks were representatives from UNOCAL, which had been negotiating with the Taliban on a Central Asia Gas (CentGas) pipeline from Turkmenistan through Afghanistan to Pakistan. UNOCAL consultants on that project included Bush administration resident Muslim neo-con Zalmay Khalilzad (a native of Afghanistan) and Hamid Karzai, who had good relations with the Kandahar-based Taliban leader, Mullah Muhammad Omar.

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