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Enron's Fastow Pleads Not Guilty to Charges

May 20, 2003|From Bloomberg News

Enron Corp.'s former Chief Financial Officer Andrew Fastow pleaded not guilty to new charges that he masterminded the accounting scandal that bankrupted the former energy trader.

Fastow, who last year pleaded not guilty to 78 counts of fraud and other federal charges in connection with the collapse of Enron, denied in federal court in Houston that he also had conspired to falsify business records, filed false tax forms and committed insider trading.

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