Lay dies in Aspen |

Lay dies in Aspen

** FILE ** Former Enron CEO and Chairman Kenneth Lay waits to give his statement prior to taking the Fifth Amendment before the full Senate Committee on Commerce, Science, and Transportation at the Russell Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill in a Washington file photo from Feb. 12, 2002. Lay, who was convicted of helping perpetuate one of the most sprawling business frauds in U.S. history, has died of a heart attack in Colorado. He was 64. (AP Photo/The Washington Times, Rod A. Lamkey Jr., File)

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