From Raw Story:
Former Enron chiefs Kenneth Lay and Jeffrey Skilling have been found guilty on dozens of charges of conspiracy and fraud.
Lay was found guilty on all charges, which could net him 45 years in jail.
Skilling was found guilty of the first 35 counts brought against him. He was acquitted, however, of numerous charges of insider trading.
Finally justice is being servered. Now how long before Bush grants them a pardon?