We were doing this to inflate our earnings, and I don't think we wanted to show people what we were doing.
He said, ?Get me as much of that juice as you can.
I told him it was a piece of (expletive),and no one would buy it.
I believe I was extremely greedy, and that I lost my moral compass, and I've done terrible things that I very much regret.
It was what Mr Lay was saying, what the company was saying. I was trying to keep up the deception as well.
If there's anything material and we didn't report it we'd be breaking the law. We don't break the law.
I think many of the statements in there are false.
I believe I was extremely greedy. I've lost my moral compass and did things I regret.
My outcome is already determined.
You really can't hear me? Feel free to ask your client I do have a hearing problem.
There are people who look at the rules and find ways to structure around them. The more complex the rules, the more opportunities.
When I was initially charged I still thought I was not guilty because I had followed the rules.
The question I should have asked is not what is the rule, but what is the principle.
I wish I could undo what I did at Enron but I can't. I understand that I deserve punishment. Your honor, I accept the prison sentence that you are about to impose and will serve it without bitterness.