So they cut up the corpse of ex-Enron CEO Ken Lay and discovered that he had serious cardiovascular problems. Two stents were propping open his arteries, three of which were 90 percent blocked anyway.
The most interesting part of the story is the little details about Lay’s last moments.
The report said that Lay had awoken at about 1 a.m. on July 5 at the rented vacation home in Old Snowmass, Colorado, and spoke to his wife, Linda, before going into the bathroom. He was found dead on the bathroom floor.