WASECA, Minn. (AP) - He once lived in a multi-million dollar mansion. But today, former Enron CEO Jeffrey Skilling is settling into a new home -- a low-security federal prison in Minnesota.
Skilling entered the federal lockup a day after a judge told him he can't stay out on bail during his appeal. He's starting a more-than 24 year sentence for a list of crimes including insider trading and fraud. That's more than double what any other Enron official got.