This Wednesday became Day One in ex-Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling’s 24-year sentence for securities fraud, insider trading, and making false claims to auditors.
According to prison officials, Skilling, 53, entered the Federal Correctional Institution in Waseca, Minn., around noon today.
A former university campus, the low-security facility has 1,123 beds and is located about 75 miles south of Minneapolis.
Skilling is currently appealing his conviction.
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