Monday, October 23, 2006

Last ENRON Exec gets sentenced

And I can't say I'm too disappointed in his seemingly light sentence of 24years in a federal penitentiary, yet at the same time, I really wanted him to get something life (or closer to it) considering he ruined the lives of so many others by taking away their pension plans and such.

Skilling will wear an ankle bracelet and be on house arrest while waiting for the Bureau of Prisons to recommend when he should show up to begin his 24year sentence with parole after about 10years of good conduct.