If Jeffrey Skilling Had Worked for the UN…

…instead of for Enron, says Claudia Rosett, “he’d be looking forward to years of dining out with his pals and collecting his pension in comfort. Instead, found guilty of fraud and conspiracy, he’s facing a 24 year sentence.”

Read it all here.

Addendum, 10/29: In a related story, Cliff Kincaid points out that “the United Nations will NOT be releasing the financial disclosure form filed by Secretary-General Kofi Annan.”

If a form is kept secret, it is not really a “disclosure” form, is it?

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