Lea Fastow Due For Tiny, No-Privacy Jail Cell

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Lea Fastow, former Enron executive, was planning to move into a 12,000-square-foot house. Instead, on July 12, she enters Houston’s austere, high-rise federal detention center, says the New York Times. A closet-size cell will be her home while she serves a one-year sentence for tax evasion. Her husband, Andrew Fastow, could serve up to 10
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