Enron documents destroyed: auditor
from CBC.ca archives | Wed, 9 Jan 2002
WASHINGTON - A "significant but undetermined" number of documents at bankrupt energy trading company Enron were destroyed, Arthur Andersen, the firm's auditor, said Thursday.
The accounting firm said company policy "required in certain circumstances the destruction of certain types of documents." The documents were destroyed by Andersen employees.
A U.S. House of Representatives panel later said "thousands" of documents have been destroyed.