May 31, 2006
Guess the Convict?
Now that my trial has concluded, I would like to offer a few brief comments.
Certainly, we are surprised at the verdict against me. Perhaps it is more appropriate to say we are shocked, as this is not the outcome we expected.
I firmly believe that I am innocent of the charges against me, as I have said from day one. I still firmly believe that to this day. I will continue to work diligently with my legal team to prove this.
In spite of what has happened, I am still a very blessed man. I have a very warm, loving and Christian wife and family that supports me, as well as many, many loving and supportive friends. I’d like to thank all of the people who have shown their concern, support and kept our family in their prayers.
Most of all, my family and I believe that God is in control and, indeed, He does work all things for good for those who love the Lord. And we love our Lord.
Kenneth L. Lay
Let's be honest. The last paragraph is poorly constructed. Capital H after a comma, choppy sentence structure, starts a sentence with AND. PUT HIM AWAY!