The Plot Thickens

The Enron scandal is producing new revelations and allegations almost every day. Here are a few of the most recent ones:

--RAIDING THE HEALTH FUND? Who benefited from Enron's employee-benefits fund? It wasn't just the company's workers, according to Robin Hosea, a former accountant in the benefits department. Hosea's lawyer, Randy McClanahan, confirms what Hosea first told CBS News: in early 2001 Hosea noticed suspicious payments made from the fund in 2000 that hadn't been approved by anyone in her department. She said those payments, totaling roughly $15 million, went for unspecified purposes that had nothing to do with employee...

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