Jeff Skilling Testifies in Enron Trial
Update: Skilling is on the stand. He says he's "absolutely innocent."
The Enron trial is going into its last phases. Monday, Jeff Skilling takes the stand, hoping to exonerate himself. Later, Ken Lay will do the same.
Skilling says he's ready, and it's time.
The former chief executive's testimony will probably cover familiar ground, namely statements he made during two congressional hearings in February 2002. But with his attorneys asking the questions, he will be allowed to tell uninterrupted his version of the Enron saga.
What will Skilling say?
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