View Full Version : guilty !!!

06-21-2005, 01:24 PM
41 years after the three murders, 80 yr old Edger Ray Killen has been found guilty.
Don't know what he paid his att'y, but in Mr. James McIntyre's
summation he made these statements:
"The state brought in their top prosecuter for the case"
"They hired a jury consultant to insure a guilty verdict"
"The witnesses were paid for their testimony"
"Why didn't they also try the other seven that were still alive for these crimes?"
And...the clincher...all these things did not add up to a fair trial. (a quasi-quote )
All I got out of that was...he's guilty, but we needed the wild 7 to make it a fair game
At least Johnny Cochren would have whipped out an old pair of gloves, or sumthin....
80 yr old John Rigas, the founder of Adelphia Communications
was also found guilty,as was son Timothy...they had put their own meaning to corporate raiders.But the Judge was lenient on John...after taking into consideration his age, he only sentenced him to 15 yrs.
I'd have really punished them...put them in a rest home, made them play bingo and shuffleboard all day,have them 80 yr old women put the moves on them at night...and take away their viagra
And the beat goes on:

Here's a list of convicted executives and their sentencing dates:

July 13. Bernie Ebbers, founder and former CEO, WorldCom Inc. Convicted of falsifying earnings.

July 25. Betty Vinson, former WorldCom accounting manager, pleaded guilty and cooperated with prosecutors.

July 26. Troy Normand, former WorldCom accounting manager, pleaded guilty, cooperated with prosecutors.

July 28. Buford Yates Jr., former WorldCom director of general accounting, pleaded guilty, cooperated with prosecutors.

Aug. 1. David Myers, former WorldCom controller, pleaded guilty, cooperated with prosecutors.

Aug. 2. Dennis Kozlowski, former CEO of Tyco International. Convicted of looting company.

Aug. 2. Mark Swartz, former chief financial officer of Tyco. Convicted of looting company.

Aug. 4. Scott Sullivan, former WorldCom CFO, pleaded guilty, cooperated with prosecutors.


Kenneth Lay, former chairman of Enron, goes on trial in January for falsifying accounting records. Jeffrey Skilling, former CEO, awaits trial, and Andrew Fastow, former finance chief, pleaded guilty.

Richard Scrushy, former CEO of HealthSouth, is awaiting a jury verdict after 16 days of deliberation through Friday. The jury took an unscheduled day off Monday.

Frank Quattrone, former Credit Suisse First Boston investment banker convicted of obstructing justice. He's appealing an 18-month jail sentence.

Dow Jones, AP, Bloomberg News

Cueless Joey
06-21-2005, 01:25 PM
I hope he gets cable tv in prison then get bad reception. Then lose channels and switch to rabbit ears. /ccboard/images/graemlins/tongue.gif