Over the weekend, I came across a round up of everyone charged in connection with the Enron implosion since December 2001. Many still have legal loose ends to tie up -- chiefly showing up for their sentencing dates, which are scheduled for throughout this fall.

It's a weighty list, but also a rather unsatisfying one. Maybe part of the problem is that it's hard to reconcile what justice might really look like for the American investors who lost tens of billions of dollars, as well as the thousands of workers who seemingly lost their jobs overnight.

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