Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Where's Kenny Boy?

I just bought a $5 piece of the action for a future Max Keiser film, Where's Kenny Boy? which posits that Enron crook Ken Lay is alive and living in Paraguay.

When Kenneth Lay's death by heart attack was reported just three months before he was to be sentenced, my initial reaction was that of the four possible scenarios - natural death, suicide, murder, faked death - a natural death was the least likely of the four. And legally, because he died prior to exhausting his appeals, his conviction was abated, which goes a long way toward protecting his estate from claims by the government. He was worth much more "dead" than alive.

I am also intrigued by Max Keiser's PirateMyFilm concept. Check it out; there are a number of interesting projects under development.

Kenneth Lay, the son of a Baptist preacher, is a different kind of snake oil salesman than the ones we typically cover on this blog, but a snake oil salesman nonetheless.

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