Former Enron Treasurer Released

Law360 (January 19, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- The first Enron executive to go to jail was released from a stint of home confinement on Friday, ending his three-year sentence.

Ben Glisan Jr., Enron’s former treasurer, was released from home confinement ten minutes after midnight, according to Mike Pruman, a spokesman for The Federal Bureau of Prisons.

Glisan pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit wire and securities fraud in September 2003 and was to serve a five-year prison sentence. He was also fined $938,000--the amount he recieved from the accounting fraud at the company--and...
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