Acquitted Enron Execs Indicted On New Charges

Law360, New York (November 10, 2005, 12:00 AM EST) -- Five former Enron Inc. executives who were acquitted after a mistrial in July have been indicted once again by a federal judge, this time on narrower charges stemming from the company’s 2001 securities fraud scandal.

The executives were part of Enron’s internet business and were accused after the company’s downfall of insider trading and exaggerating to investors the market value of Enron’s broadband business.

The indictments were issued by a special grand jury created to handle the many legal battles stemming from Enron’s financial ruin....
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