Washington (March 11, 2002) - Federal prosecutors have reportedly prepared an indictment that charges Big Five firm Andersen with obstruction of justice stemming from its admission that it destroyed thousands of related documents and pertinent emails related to the firm's failed audit of bankrupt energy provider Enron.
Various reports including the New York Times, said the indictment could be handed down this week.
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