Defense lawyer Daniel Petrocelli used his cross-examination of a former Enron Corp. investor relations chief Thursday to suggest that Jeffrey Skilling wasn’t fooling anyone about the company’s financial condition five months before it collapsed.

The attorney wrapped up his questioning of Mark Koenig by trying to show that former CEO Skilling wasn’t attempting to hide anything about Enron’s status and that the stock continued to decline regardless of his positive statements.

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