IN THE COURT OF CHANCERY OF THE STATE OF DELAWARE
IN AND FOR NEW CASTLE COUNTY
GREAT NECK CAPITAL APPRECIATION
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... K. SKILLING, JAMES V. DERRICK, JR., JOHN H. DUNCAN, FRED C. ACKMAN, RICHARD
EDWARD RANDALL, III, FRANK G. WISNER, and ENRON CORP., - and - Defendants ...
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9-11 & ENRON Unanswered Questions
NewPower Holdings Inc, Factsheet
Smoking Gun in Enrongate - Let the impeachment
W.'s First Enron Connection: Update on the
Bush-Enron Oil Deal
Enron began as a pipeline company in Houston in 1985. It profited by promising to deliver
so many cubic feet of gas to a particular utility or business on a particular day at a
That changed with the deregulation of electrical power markets, a change due in part to
lobbying from senior Enron officials. Under the direction of former Chairman Kenneth L.
Lay, Enron expanded into an energy broker, trading electricity and other commodities.
Click on each person's name for their
FIRSTROW, FROM LEFT, Ken L. Harrison, John A. Urquhart, Robert A. Belfer,
Norman P. Blake, Jr., Robert K. Jaedicke, Ronnie C. Chan, Jeffrey K.
L. Lay and Wendy
L. Gramm. Second Row, from left, Bruce G. Willison, John H. Duncan, Joe H. Foy, Charls E.
Wakeham, Jerome J. Meyer, Herbert S. Winokur, Jr. and Charles A
Not included in photo: Andrew Fastow , Joseph W. Sutton,
Lou L. Pai, Kenneth D. Rice,
Mark-Jusbasche , Mark A. Frevert , Stanley C. Horton,
M. Hirko, Richard
A. Causey, James
V. Derrick, Mark
E. Koenig, Steven
J. Kean, Cindy
K. Olson, William
C. Powers, Paulo
V. Ferraz Pereira,
Enron panel finds inflated losses and
William C. Powers Jr
The committee, headed by William C. Powers Jr., the dean
of the University of Texas law school, was appointed in
the wake of Enron's disclosure of its dealing with the
partnerships. The committee's other members are
Raymond S. Troubh and Herbert S. Winokur Jr.
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WINOKUR AND DYNCORP
As Federal investigations swirl around Winokur and
other board members, doubt has been raised about
the viability of independent investigation, given
Enron's enormous political clout, Winokur's leading
role in the company that manages information systems
for many of the investigative agencies raises a
special set of concerns.
Winokur owes much of his wealth to his role in
reconstructing Dyncorp, one of the Federal government's
largest private contractors. He is a former Dyncorp
chairman and remains a director of the company. At
present, Dyncorp manages e-mail and information
systems for the Department of Justice, the Securities
and Exchange Commission and the Federal Bureau of
Investigators are reportedly concerned that Dyncorp's
control of agency information systems could compromise
their investigations of Winokur and Enron.
more.... Harvard Watch Org.
See Full Report http://www.harvardwatch.org
ENRON-HERBERT "PUG" WINOKUR, JR-DYNCORP-TERRORISTS
Dirty Tricks, Inc.:
The DynCorp-Government Connection
ENRON--ANTHRAX--POSTAL SERVICE--"BIG BROTHER"--LINKAGE or
THE COMING CORPORATE RULE OF AMERICA or
I'M DEAD FOR FOR TELLING YOU THIS
The Harvard-Bush Connection
WHY THE HARVARD CORPORATION PROTECTS THE DRUG TRADE. Part 1
EXCERPT: That research was beginning to
illuminate how the drug trade generates profits for Wall Street through the subsidized HUD
housing market where Harvard is a heavy investor.
Americans were seen in Bosnia as defenders of the children, as shown
here, until U.S. contractors began buying children as personal sex slaves.
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Harvard could face inquiry into Enron
A group of Harvard students and alumni have called for an
investigation into possible links between an Enron director
on the university's governing corporation and the timely
selling of stock which netted an estimated $50m as the
company's shares declined.
HarvardWatch, which campaigns for more open governance
of the university, admits it has no evidence of insider
trading but is urging the suspension of Herbert "Pug" Winokur
from the seven-member corporation pending the outcome of a
"credible investigation into alleged financial improprieties
regarding the management of the university's endowment".
The university said Mr Winokur, who chairs Enron's finance
committee, was a "valued member" of the Harvard Corporation.
A Harvard alumnus, he has, since 1995, been on the board
of the Harvard Management Company which oversees the
university's $18bn endowment.
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Full Story http://www.apfn.org/enron/harvard.htm
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
Pamela M. Tittle, Plaintiff No. 2, and
Plaintiff No. 3, on behalf of themselves
and a class of persons similarly situated,
Enron Corp., an Oregon corporation;
Mary K. Joyce; Robert A. Belfer, Norman
P. Blake, Ronnie C. Chan, John H. Duncan,
Wendy L. Gramm, Ken L. Harrison; Robert
K. Jaedicke, Kenneth L. Lay, Charles A.
LeMaistre, Jeffrey K. Skilling, John A.
Urquhart, John Wakeman, Herbert S. Winokur,
John Mendelsohn, Jerome J. Meyer, Rebecca
Mark-Jusbasche, Paulo V. Ferraz Pereira,
and Frank Savage, individually and as
constituting the Board of Directors of
Enron Corp.; James S. Prentice; and
John and Jane Does 2-20,
Share and share alike?
Before Enron collapsed, its top executives ditched their
shares and made a small fortune - while lesser employees
are now lumbered with worthless stock. Mark Tran investigates
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Senate Panel Harshly Rebukes Ken Lay | Video
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For a list of who in both parties benefitted from Enron's
political donations, check the Center for Responsive Politics
Enron Contributions to Current Senators, 1989-2001*
Enron Contributions to Current Members of the
House of Representatives, 1989-2001*
Top Presidential Recipients of Enron Contributions, 1989-2001*
REQUIRED FOR ENRON
Bush's Biggest Contributor.
Enron (NYSE:ENE) Sued In Class Action Suit
on Behalf of Employees and Former Employees
Enron Oil & Gas names President
and CEO and board-members
Enron Prize for Distinguished Public Service
Cheney Led Halliburton To Feast at Federal Trough
State Department Questioned Deal With Firm Linked to Russian Mob
WHO PROFITS FROM A LONG WAR?
FLASHBACK: Halliburton Profits from War Without End 2/24
Dick Cheney's Halliburton Also Profits from the Permanent War 2/23
United Defense gets $1.8 billion Army
WASHINGTON, Feb 1 (Reuters) - United Defense LP, a unit of United Defense Industries Inc.
(NYSE:UDI - news), has been awarded a $1.8 billon contract for further development of the
Army's next-generation self-propelled Crusader artillery system, the service said Friday.
The award, which had been expected based on a sole-source contract initiated in July 1994,
calls for work to be completed by April 30, 2003. The Pentagon projects Crusader purchases
rising to $1 billion by 2007.
United Defense's largest backer is Carlyle Group Inc.,
an investment firm whose chairman is Frank Carlucci, a secretary of defense under
President Ronald Reagan.
The Army ultimately plans to spend $11.1 billion developing, buying and supporting 480
Crusaders -- a 155mm howitzer operated by a three-person crew that will operate with
another three-person vehicle carrying spare shells and fuel.
HOW TO CREATE A PHONY POWER CRISIS: THE BUSH-ENRON
Enron as "Bushs Whitewater"; And
"Worse" Than Whitewater; To CNN,
Arafat is the Victim; Kinsley Insulted Goldberg as "Dense"
Henry A. Waxman | GAO v. Cheney
"Everyone in our government--even the Vice President--should be
accountable to the American people..."
"THE ENRON BLACK MAGIC, PART ONE"
by Sherman H. Skolnick 12/02/01
Connect the Enron Dots to Bush
by Robert Scheer
THE STORY OF ENRON - Sightings from The Catbird
The Roots of the Bush-Cheney's Oil
Enron sends California garbage
March 20, 2002, 11:16PM
Reuters News Service
WASHINGTON -- California prosecutors say that when they pried open 940 boxes of documents
subpoenaed from bankrupt energy giant Enron Corp., they made a surprising discovery.
"What we found were discarded Kleenexes, old pizza boxes, garbage," California
Attorney General Bill Lockyer told reporters.
On March 11, Lockyer said he and a team of lawyers arrived at the offices of Enron's
utility subsidiary in Portland, Ore. Lockyer expected to find subpoenaed documents related
to Enron's California electricity sales.
A California judge will rule next week on whether Enron should be held in contempt for its
action, he said.
From the 940 boxes, "we got one piece of paper, one document, in response to our
subpoena," Lockyer said.
Enron has incensed California politicians by ignoring a subpoena and failing to appear
last month at a state Senate panel hearing on document destruction. Lockyer won a court
order in January requiring Enron to preserve all paper and electronic documents subpoenaed
by state officials.
Enron's in-house "Code of Ethics."
The 64-page booklet was distributed to employees along with an
introductory letter from Chairman Kenneth Lay noting the "moral and honest
manner" in which the energy firm's business affairs should be conducted. Below you'll
find some selected pages from the guide, which was aggressively ignored by many of the
Texas skells who drove the firm--and its workers--into the ground. (6 pages)
ENRON: THE ANATOMY OF A COVER-UP
A FORMER REPUBLICAN INSIDER TALKS
By: Catherine Fitts
Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron
Old Pals in the White House Cabinet Room, 17 June 1976
Bush Senior (left middle), Cheney
(centre, with hair!), Kissinger (right, sitting)
911 Cover-Up Wobbles
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