Ken Lay, the founder of Enron, died at his home in Aspen, Colorado early this morning. This information is confirmed by his family spokesperson Kelly Kimberly. As you’ll remember Lay was recently convicted on 10 counts in the Enron scandal for the 2001 demise of the energy company. The 64 year old Houston resident apparently died of a coronary while with his family in Colorado. Stay tuned to FOX 26 at noon for more details…


  1. Anonymous July 5, 2006 1:31 pm 

    Ken Lay is no longer a convicted felon. His criminal record immediately goes away since he was never sentenced.

    June 30th – The federal government announced it would go after Kenny-Boy for $183 million in illegal money. Guess what? Not anymore. His family gets to keep it all, plus life insurance and can now profit from all the possible movie and book rights.

    Ken Lay was on medication for his heart. Did he purposely stop taking his medication?

    Ike, are you going to get to the bottom of this?

  2. Anonymous July 5, 2006 4:41 pm 

    Good information anonymous, and interesting. What a gangster move and the ultimate sacrifice for his family if he executed this since life as he knew it was over. It would also be very selfish to those who truely loved him.

  3. Anonymous July 5, 2006 5:17 pm 

    The The civil suits can still take the $183 million of illegal money according to the lawyers interviewed on TV.

  4. non-traditional July 5, 2006 5:58 pm 

    We’re gonna miss Kenny-Boy! I guess Jeff will be the bad guy now.

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