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Evil F**ker dodges retribution — Brooklynian

Evil F**ker dodges retribution

Ken Lay dies of "heart attack"

I thought he has no heart? maybe his heart attacked him and said "wtf, jerk?!"


  • ...Prosecutors in Lay's trial declined comment Wednesday, both on his unexpected death and what may become of the government's effort to seek a $43.5 million judgment from Lay that they say he pocketed as part of the conspiracy.
    Or maybe, given that he owed that much money, and since he was about to go away for a good long time, he decided to take matters into his own hands...

    Either way, bye-bye.
  • he escapes punishment yet again! i bet you could be self induce heart attack!
  • Proves once again that there is a Goddess!
  • Wikipedia proves itself useless in Lay's death - this is hilarious . . .

    Ken Lay's death prompts confusion on Wikipedia

    Wednesday, July 5, 2006; 3:40 PM

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - The death of former Enron Corp. chief Ken Lay on Wednesday underscored the challenges facing online encyclopedia Wikipedia (, which as the news was breaking offered a variety of causes for his death.

    Lay, 64, died of a heart attack early on Wednesday, a family spokeswoman said, just six weeks after a jury found him guilty of fraud in one of the biggest corporate scandals in U.S. history.

    Wikipedia, an online encyclopedia that anyone can edit, added news of Lay's death to his online biography shortly after news outlets began reporting it at around 10 a.m. EDT (1400 GMT).

    At 10:06 a.m., Wikipedia's entry for Lay said he died "of an apparent suicide."

    At 10:08, it said he died at his Aspen, Colorado home "of an apparent [[heart attack] or suicide.]."

    Within the same minute, it said the cause of death was "yet to be determined."

    At 10:09 a.m., it said "no further details have been officially released" about the death.

    Two minutes later, it said: "The guilt of ruining so many lives finally [sic] led him to his suicide."

    At 10.12 a.m., this was replaced by: "According to Lay's pastor the cause was a 'massive coronary' heart attack."

    By 10:39 a.m., Lay's entry said: "Speculation as to the cause of the heart attack lead many people to believe it was due to the amount of stress put on him by the Enron trial." This statement was later dropped.

    By early Wednesday afternoon, the entry said Lay was pronounced dead at Aspen Valley Hospital, citing the Pitkin, Colorado sheriff's department. It said he apparently died of a massive heart attack, citing KHOU-TV in Houston.

    Officials at Wikipedia did not immediately return phone and e-mail requests for comment. Its Web site warns users that "newer articles may still contain significant misinformation, unencyclopedic content, or vandalism." Wikipedia says it has 13,000 active writers and editors.
  • Some of you saw this in real life, but folks like me, we sometimes don't go near a newsstand for days. Thank God for the internets.
  • that anti-wikipedia column was a piece of caca
    the column is based on a false premise that wikipedia is a news source
    wikipedia is not meant for breaking news

    i'm waiting for bushie-boy to deliver the eulogy for his good friend
  • Don't you mean his acquaintance? That's what Tony Snow says, and I believe Tony Snow.