Wed
Jul 5 2006
10:06 am
By: R. Neal  shortURL

CNN and MSNBC are reporting that Ken Lay has died of a heart attack at the age of 64.

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WhitesCreek's picture

Why do I feel somehow

Why do I feel somehow cheated?

 I watched an interview with several elderly folks who lost their retirement due to Lay's actions. They were nearly all saying that at least he would go to jail. Will they feel cheated? Does the refrain go something like, "Bastard! I can't believe he went to the trouble of dying just so he wouldn't go to jail."

 I wish I felt differently.

TN420's picture

Sad, isn't it?

Don't feel bad about not shedding a tear for the guy. He has family and friends for that. They say that "...in the end, the love you take is equal to the love you make".;-) The question is, did Kenny Boy leave empty handed after a lifetime of gain?
Stick Thrower's picture

Need to I.D. that body

It seems a bit too convenient for the fraudmeister to die so unexpectedly.

 
Perhaps the U.S. government should release photos of Lay's body (like they did with Al Zarqawi and Oday and Qusay Hussein) so we know for sure that he didn't fake his death and abscond to Brazil.
 
Factchecker's picture

A co-worker

A co-worker of mine wondered if it was the heart attack that killed Lay, or the three bullet wounds found to Lay's head.  Seriously, I wonder how W will eulogize his close friend, Kenny Boy.

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Rachel's picture

Karma's a bitch.

Karma's a bitch.

Andy Axel's picture

Oh well.

I guess that's one way to avoid a prison term.

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