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8/2/2004: CEO Gets $2.5 Million Salary, Benefits Behind Bars (StatesmanJournal.com via corpwatch.org)
Excerpt: [Andrew] Wiederhorn insisted that his case is different from Enron or Stewart because he relied on the advice of attorneys and accountants to make decisions that ultimately resulted in his convictions. Unlike [Martha] Stewart, convicted of lying to federal investigators, and Enron founder Kenneth Lay, accused of fraud and conspiracy, Wiederhorn says that he was guilty only of technical violations without the criminal intent required of those felonies.
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