The defense attorney for former Enron Corp. Chairman Kenneth Lay tried Monday to show that Lay did not intentionally mislead the public about the energy giant’s financial condition.

Michael Ramsey, during cross-examination of the government’s first witness, former investor relations chief Mark Koenig, played an Aug. 16 videotape of an Enron meeting during which Lay said that “[T]he company is doing extremely well. The company is sound.”

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