Another blogger who covered the Enron cases was Houston attorney, Tom Kirkendall. Tom Kirkendall's blog, Houston's Clear Thinkers, contains dozens of excellent and thoughtful posts on the various Enron-related cases, including that of the Enron Broadband defendants.
As one example, check out this insightful post by Tom Kirkendall, published on July 21, 2005, immediately after the jury in the Enron Broadband trial delivered its stunning verdict. As Tom Kirkendall points out in his post:
"Thus, the jurors who actually heard the evidence in this case concluded that the Broadband defendants were not guilty or that the government had failed to carry its burden of persuading all the jurors that the crimes alleged had occurred. This result is contrary to the 'correct' verdict that the general public has about anything having to do with Enron, but blame that on the 'curse of the correct result,' not the jurors. In my view, this jury that actually reviewed the evidence and heard the witnesses testify came back with a result that -- although not perfect -- is the correct one based on the evidence that was actually presented in court."
Check out the archives of Houston's Clear Thinkers for lots of superb analysis of the Enron cases. You can also follow Tom Kirkendall on Twitter @bigtkirk.