SENTENCED. Andrew Fastow, 44, former chief financial officer of Enron; to six years in jail for his role in inflating profit figures, hiding billions of dollars in debt and enriching himself before the energy giant's 2001 collapse; in Houston. Fastow was set to serve up to 10 years after he had pleaded guilty in 2004, but Judge Kenneth Hoyt attributed the lenient sentence to his family's suffering and his cooperation in the prosecution of ex-CEO Kenneth Lay.

IN HIDING. Robert Redeker, 52, high school philosophy teacher; after receiving death threats over an opinion article he published in the...

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