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ENRON CONGRESS
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February 07, 2002 
Former Enron President and CEO Jeffrey Skilling listens to remarks by
congressmen during the House Subcommittee... 
Washington, United States of America 
ENRON FORMER PRESIDENT AND CEO SKILLING TESTIFIES BEFORE HOUSE
COMMITTEE. 
Former Enron President and CEO Jeffrey Skilling listens to remarks by
congressmen during the House Subcommittee on Oversight and
Investigations hearings on Capitol Hill in Washington, February 7,
2002. Skilling was apologetic but took no responsibility for the energy
giant's collapse, saying he thought all was well when he left the
company last August. Skilling, who was also Enron's president,
repeatedly turned aside criticism of his role saying he was not aware
of financial problems at the company when he resigned Aug. 14, citing
personal reasons. REUTERS/Mike Theiler

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