Former Enron CEO Seeks Shorter Prison Term

Jeffrey Skilling, who has served over 6 years for fraud, in talks to get 24-year sentence reduced.
0:42 | 04/05/13

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Is it to sound disgraced former Enron executive Jeffrey Skilling could be freed seven years into a 24 year jail term. After striking an agreement with the Department of Justice skilling was convicted of fraud and conspiracy in 2006 for his role in the Enron scandal. Federal investigators began prosecuting Enron executives after they found the company had lied to investors and government regulators. The department of justice and formed to victims of the and -- fraud on Wednesday night. Giving them a chance to voice objections to -- early release the 59 year old is currently serving a 24 year sentence. But he has been appealing his conviction.

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