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ENRON CONGRESS
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February 12, 2002
Former Enron Corp. Chairman Kenneth Lay leaves the U.S. Senate
Commerce, Science and Transportation...
Washington, United States of America
FORMER ENRON CEO KENNETH LAY LEAVES THE SENATE HEARING ON THE CAPITOL
HILL.
Former Enron Corp. Chairman Kenneth Lay leaves the U.S. Senate
Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee hearing after refusing
to answer questions from lawmakers about his role in the collapse of
the former energy trading giant for fear of incriminating himself,
February 12, 2002. "After agonizing consideration, I cannot disregard
my counsel's instruction, therefore I must respectfully decline to
answer on Fifth Amendment grounds all the questions of this committee
and subcommittee and of those of any other congressional committee and
subcommittee," a somber Lay said in his first appearance before
Congress since the company filed for bankruptcy in December.
REUTERS/Win McNamee

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