Back in 2010, Enron Broadband defendant, Rex Shelby, found an article originally written by Kristen Hays, translated into another language, and then translated back into English. Prompted by the delightful language of the article, Rex emailed his attorney, Ed Tomko, on August 27, 2010. The email makes me giggle, and the original article makes me wonder if English is a really difficult language to learn.
"I love this article! http://24hourtanningsalon.blogspot.com/2010/08/enrons-jeff-skilling-takes-quarrel-to.html
What could be more succinct than: 'Former Enron arch senior manager Jeff Skilling lost the initial half of the quarrel of his hold up when a jury convicted him scarcely 4 years ago for committing rascal whilst at the helm of the once high-flying appetite trader.'
If 'committing rascal' is a crime, I am in big, big trouble! [Ha! - ed.]
The article seems to name Kevin Howard as 'a former Enron broadband multiplication senior manager.'
And this one is almost biblical: 'Skilling led Enron”s mutation from a exhausted healthy gas tube association in to a tellurian appetite trade powerhouse, that disintegrated in disaster in 2001.'
And we must send this to Pollack: 'At the finish of the day, the charge force is going to be judged especially on either this self-assurance stands,' pronounced Barry Pollack, a Washington D.C. white-collar invulnerability counsel who represented dual lesser-known Enron defendants.
Wow, 'white-collar invulnerability counsel'!"