Am I a fool? I don't think I'm a fool. But I think I sure was fooled.
But I can't take responsibility for criminal conduct of somebody inside the company.
But certainly I didn't know he was doing anything that was criminal.
They can't do without electricity. They can do with less electricity.
There are no accounting issues, no trading issues, no reserve issues, no previously unknown problem issues.
We need someone who is a strong representative of our value system.
I mean, our primary businesses in wholesale pipelines, utilities, retail, were all doing extremely well.
I take full responsibility for what happened at Enron. But saying that, I know in my mind that I did nothing criminal.
Our liquidity is fine. As a matter of fact, it's better than fine. It's strong.
There are absolutely no problems that had anything to do with Jeff's departure.
The last thing I would have ever expected to happen to me in my life would be that, in fact, I would be accused of doing something wrong and maybe even something criminal.
But the most important thing is, Enron did not cause the California crisis.
Investors don't like uncertainty.
Jeff knew full well what he was walking away from. Again, he needed to deal with this right away.
We don't break the law.
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