Sunday, January 29, 2006

"Good Morning America" Gets Interesting Enron Trial Forecast From Former Employee

From the mouths of a scorned Enron employee, this pearl....
In the midst of the coverage of Bob Woodruff and Doug Vogt, "Good Morning America" took time out for a Mike von Fremd package setting up tomorrow's beginning of the Enron trial, followed by a live interview with Charles Prestwood, who lost $1.3 million in savings when the former energy giant imploded.
Asked by Kate Snow whether he thought Ken Lay and Richard Skilling were guilty, Prestwood mustered a rather unique perspective, or so we hope.
"The Jews would have an easier time believing the Holocaust never happened than convincing me that Ken Lay was innocent."
Which, to her credit, Snow had absolutely nothing to add.

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