Photo: Enterprise Corruption
. . . Or so they say! In May of 2006 Kenneth Lay (age 64) was found guilty of nine counts of fraud and conspiracy related to the collapse of Enron, the company he founded that grew into the seventh largest company before it imploded after an accounting scandal. He was reportedly found dead in Aspen while awaiting his sentence, and immediately rumors began to spread about his actual whereabouts. There is even a website devoted to finding Ken Lay titled “Ken Lay is Alive.”
I, too, presumed Mr. Lay was drinking Mai Tai’s somewhere with a bunch of deposed dictators but what do I know? I just find it verrrrrrry interesting that Reinhart at Enterprise Corruption posted this photo at his site with no explanation. HM. I have a year’s subscription with him I haven’t taken advantage of yet, maybe I should, because I know he has his theories . . .