Friday, January 25, 2002

NOTE TO SELF: 1) SHRED PAPERS 2) HIRE HITMAN
What a surprise. A former Enron vice chairman, who months ago had complained "mightily" about irregularities within a one of the company's limited partnerships, has been found dead in his car from a gunshot to the head. He had also cashed out of Enron stock options to the tune of $22 million since October 1998.

According to CNN, Police are saying the guy died in an apparent suicide . My guess is that Oliver Stone is already writing this up for his next film.

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