Former Enron CEO Jeff Skilling is back in court trying to get his sentence reduced. Seeing Skilling it handcuffs brings to mind a fraternity of white collar convicts whose crimes are unforgettable. Skilling, who's been in prison since 2006 and has maintained his innocence, will see his sentence reduced to 14 from 24 years. And of course, he played a role in the financial fraud that led to the collapse of Enron - still one of the biggest bankruptcies in U.S. history.
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