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Defense Begins Cross-Examination In Enron Case

Law360 (February 6, 2006, 12:00 AM EST) -- After a brief respite due to Friday’s recess, the Enron trial resumed in Houston on Monday, with defense attorneys wasting no time attacking the credibility of the energy giant’s former head of investor relations.

In the morning, the prosecution wrapped up its questioning of Koenig, the first witness in the fraud and conspiracy trial of Enron’s former top executives, Jeffrey Skilling and Kenneth Lay, during his third day of testimony.

During Monday’s testimony, Koenig told prosecutor Kathryn Ruemmler that the tarnished executives’ machinations continued even while...
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