Tuesday, April 04, 2006

The New York Times said today that at Kenneth Lay's trial, sometimes when the testimony against him is particularly rough, he swivels his chair around and puts his back to the witness.

Which causes me to think--

1. Isn't that cushy? A defendant chair that swivels.

2. I, the jury, am faced with a guy who says that if anything bad was going on in his company, he sure didn't know about it, and I get to see how he deals with stuff he doesn't like. He refuses to look.

--information from the New York Times, April 4, 2006. The article starts on the first page of the business section.