Sunday, October 5, 2008

In the News and Blogosphere

Kate Giammarise, Toledo Blade, Enron prosecutor says case parallels crisis in subprime mortgage industry

Laylan Copelin, Statesman.com, Sides in DeLay case bicker over change in money-laundering law -Despite theories, DeLay may have had nothing to do with it.

Heather Smith and Andrea Rothman, Bloomberg, Airbus Executive Questioned, Released in French Probe 

Jamie Satterfield, Knownews.com, Roth Case May Be Lesson, Prosecutors Hope Retired Professor's Conviction a Deterrent

LATimes, Helio Castroneves Pleads Not Guilty - Castroneves, a race car driver and 'Dancing with the Stars' winner, faces tax charges; DOJ Press Release, Indianapolis 500 Winner and Two Others Indicted on Tax Evasion Scheme

Legal Times, BLT - Judge Walton Reflects on Libby Case, Sentencing Disparity (w/ a hat tip to Whitney Curtis)

David Glovin, Bloomberg, Pirate in Exile - Prosecutors accuse Viktor Kozeny of stealing $1 billion of investors' money. The Czech fugitive says he should be thanked for bringing capitalism to Eastern Europe

David Zaring, Conglomerate Blog,  Who Is Going to Jail for All of This?
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