By ERIN McCLAM, AP National Writer Wed Jul 5, 5:22 PM ET
"He was a man, after all — not just some abstract symbol of corporate thievery and vanished investor billions. Kenneth Lay, founder of Enron Corp., was also a grandfather to 12, a husband to the woman who sobbed at his side on the day of his conviction.
And yet his sudden death early Wednesday in Colorado — his pastor said Lay's heart "simply gave out" — deprives the thousands of victims of the Enron debacle the satisfaction they said they would feel at his spending perhaps decades in prison, reflecting on his crimes.
The Enron founder's death, three months before he was to be sentenced, left many grappling with difficult questions of forgiveness, retribution and the meaning of justice itself."
One wonders what to say. But we are all reminded; DEATH for ALL of us will our way come!
God will not judge him on his ENRON leadership but on his hearts towards God. Justice always prevails after death.