A heart attack claimed the life of Enron founder Kenneth Lay, the man behind one of the biggest frauds in US business history. Lay was 64 and awaiting sentencing. Lay was convicted in May and awaiting sentencing that could have brought him decades in prison.
His co-defendant, one-time Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling, declined comment on Lay's death. Tune into WITN-7 News beginning at 5:00 p.m. for details on this developing story.