Picture this. You are Kenneth Lay, former Enron CEO, you are facing 20 years in prision (likely the rest of your life), and millions of dollars in fines. You have already been found guilty. Now it's just a matter of your sentencing. You are a billionare. Suddenly you die of a heart attack and all charges are dropped. This is the true story of Enron billionare Kenneth Lay. I personally believe that with the absolutely obscene amount of money at his disposal, he was able to fake his own death and evade justice. By the way, his funeral was a small, private, closed coffin funeral. I bet he is somewhere in South France living in a huge villa with a hell of a view. What do you think?