Former accountants from Arthur Andersen and a jailed Enron executive testified at the government's fraud and conspiracy trial of former Enron chairman Kenneth Lay and chief executive Jeffrey Skilling.

Much of the week was devoted to the testimony and cross-examination of Enron treasurer Ben Glisan Jr., the last major witness for the government. Glisan, 40, has already served more than two years of a five-year prison sentence for his role in the fraud after pleading guilty to conspiracy in late 2003.

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