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Unformatted text preview: WESTAR; U.S..’?to seek Continue d' 'fro'rrrA-l‘ “At least in those instances you. entthat there » can make the argum is some realsignificant harm that . 'was caused to people that funda-I} mentally changed their lives... .“I’m not aware of anything here. that ; i would seem to justify that kind of i . harsh-sentence. It's money, but'it’s only money. There are a lottof crimes where there is real physical ' . harm done that don’t'carry the same kind of sentence that rec- _~ ornrneridationdoeaf’, - . In Septembena federal jury'in 1, - Kansas City,'Kan,convictedWittig, ' 50, the'forrner chairman, president ‘ . and CEO. of Topeka-based Westar, '- and lake, 55, its former 'No.’ 2 exec— ‘ utive, of multiple! counts *of-looting, :- an'd defirauding the Company, the 3 biggest electric utilityv'in Kansas. , V ' , : The trial‘was thesecOndfor the . men. :An earlier ended 'invza ;. . _ mistrial afterthe'jurywas unableifto 7 reachaipnanimousrverdictfionthe “day iniTopeka,».igovemrnent prose~- f} ' ‘ cutorsplan. to urge.U.S. Judge Julie 'Robinson,"who, presiée- “ ded over botb_trials,“.to adopt the .findings of.anreSentenCereportiby ’ -the.U.S;Probation,ce., V ' The- findings were bas’edzon’t’féd4 a - eral sentencingfguidelinesgwhieh 1 determine {sentenCes according to 1 a mathematical formula». that takes i into account the" . c v defendantandhispast criminalire- r cord. The guidelines'Were origi- nally mandatorygabutga ruling by- the Supreme Courtilastyear made > v 1 them discretionary‘fee, : meaning . judges may. considerjthembut'rare , ‘ gnotzrequiredéto fellowthem. V Robinson indicated Wednesday , that she .maygdepart from the fi ‘= .guidelines;l'ln aibrief filing, Robin-' I j son said she was “contemplating” a departure‘.or.g.‘fimposingv a non~ . guidelinevSentencemthismatter." - zi-There'flseems to belittle doubt, however, :that federal prosecutor . J ‘ RichHathaway'will urge Robinson. to throwthe book at thefmen. Hathawayi‘thr'oughout both trials, ; has — made “little secret of= his con.- .ter'nptfor them, or of his beliefthat their crimes warrant" severej'punr .ishment. ' ’ " " a”. ‘- * ‘Westar's " ' . life sentences V The evidence at trial, Hathaway wrote in a sentencing memoran- dum filed Wednesday, “established that both defendants came-son ' board the utility with plans to de- ' fraud the utility of honest services I and acquire .. salary ' and - other rem— r ploymentbenefitsunder false-pre- tenses." ,_ . . _ A spokesman for Eric' Melgren, _ the US. attorney forthe District of g and - Hathaway’s boss, , de- i jclined to"t:ominent. onxthetgovemr l ment’s. sentencing recommenda- ?tion; '“ j , . ' Earlier" tweek', lake’s "attor— . neys ‘calledfthé prospect of. allife sentence .for their -' client “nothin ; short of'shocldngfl " ' - l I “Aylifessentence,” theyfésaidiingfa-E : lengthy-sentencingmemorandum,1i I V ‘5would putzzMr. Lake inithe‘ L ‘- ranks of‘the'most heinous;malev'o;- - lent,‘ ‘and‘viol’ent’ inane 3 countrnyhen, plainly'isi- not 2 ‘Lthatftuv '- ' . __ , ;_ Corporate‘zscandals 2 I, of. recentrf‘years, .neitherl/Vit'tigznor“ of‘vcool'éing’ ' ' "Non did theiccim— f nceigled collapse; ro tableutilitytoday. ‘ Uncle 'e-‘sentencing guidelines, Ihoweverfiftheéoffenselevelfor fraud IS by the amount} of loss iriten‘vdedi)y,the~ con- du‘ct‘mquesfiomtflnd the: gOVem: -.ment»jrcontends that theiamountsof -- loss case a staggering The'govermnent appears to have I derived-2. figure 5 from;Westar’s plans during ~Wittig~3andlhké sten- ure to spin off its unregulated'busi- , .nessesas aseparate cOmpany and to leave westar’s $3 billion-plus ‘ debt with Westar. At the same , ‘, time, Westar would" have trans— ferred $3 billion invassets to the new company, whichW1ttig and? lake would have led. The. men: would have reaped millions of dol- lars in so-called change-in-control payments had the spinoff ‘ oc~ curred. ' r , The deal never happened. be- cause Kansasiregulators scorched, the transaction.» But under the sen—- ‘ tencing guidelines, the $3.38 billion calculation added 30 points to Wit— tig’s and Lake’s so—called offense; levels -- enough, when considered 1 with other factors,,to translate into ‘ possible life sentences. _ p ‘ ' Lake’s memorandum decries'the $3.38 billion figure as “unrealistic,” saying there was"an evidence that anyone stood to lose $3 billion by virtue of-any actions"byIake- . _ L The. government, 3 however, I maintains that‘the spinofE was part of Wittig’s and lake’s .“conspirato- i - rial scheme" ‘to- enrich themselves at shareholders’ expense. ' , p. , '.If Robinson were toimpose-lifei sentences, Vlfitfig and Lake would? be. punished more severely. than? "one of the _most notorious local? to »,.be sentenced in fed-Z eral court in recent years — Robert Courtney. ‘V ‘ ,» ' 1 The former Kansas City pharma— ‘; cistpleaded'guilty tocharges of di-i luring cancer medications, — ac-' 1ions that: may have. cost untold numbers of people their lives e- and was sentenced to 30 years in prison. I » " '. “ldon’t knowthat I’ve ever heard of a;finmdfl3_cfime with life in prison]? said; Pat McI— .nerney,. a former federal, prosecu— ‘ tor in Kansas City'and now in'pri'- vate practice. “If. that’s the recom- mendationl Would be shdckedif judge Robinson followed that. “There’s “a point beyond which you have to diiferentiate between, the most heinous, * assaultive; crimes and the-most severe finan- cial crimes. That’s really goingto~ be the:.balanCe that she’s going to haveto strike;”’f_ r " , ToreachDan Margolies, '. , call (816)'234+4481 or sends-mail todmargm J hu@la:star.canr‘ ' -‘ Westar merger required 1ntr1cacy 11/3 0/04 rage z or 2 about whether Westar would have to pay millions of dollars to the six Westar senior officers on the executive council, including he and Wittig, in change-of~control agreements. PNM would pay $55 million to the six, Lake said, including $11.5 million to him. He didn't testify how much Wittig was to get, although it was more because Wittig was on a higher pay scale. "At the'end of the day, David Wittig said we would live with the PNM caps. End of discussion," Lake said, meaning no more than $55 million would be paid. The executive council had worked hard to enhance the value of Westar and "felt entitled" to the $55 million, Lake said. - The Westar-PNM deal didn‘t go through when the KCC blocked the merger—split plan. 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Lake, former Westar executive vice president and chief strategic officer, is expected to be questioned by his defense attorney, Edward Little, for about three days before being questioned by defense attorneys for co-defendant David Wittig, former Westar chief executive officer, president and chairman of the board, Rich Hathaway, senior litigation counsel for the US. attorney's office in Kansas, then will have a turn at cross-examination. Wittig, 49, and Lake, 54, face one count each of conspiracy and forfeiture, 14 counts of circumvention of internal controls, seven counts of wire fraud and 17 counts of money laundering. Monday was the first day of the trial’s eighth week in federal court. Hathaway contends Wittig and Expanded coverage Lake did a "bust out," a scheme Find daily coverage of the trial, court filings, video and archived stories. by the pair to use Westar as , Iii—Depth: Wittig/Lake trial their personal piggy bank to make money. Wittig and Lake deny it, saying the Westar board of directors approved much of what they did. . ' Lakesaid Monday that Westar officers weren't happy with the company's performance in 1999 and 2000. Its stock sold for $16—plus a share, which was far below its potential; a proposed deal to merge Westar and Kansas City Power and Light into a super utility had fallen through; and Protection One, Westar's home security company, was having difficulties with Protection One Europe, Lake said. Executives wanted to unlock the potential value of Westar. Investment bankers hired by Westar in 2000 proposed splitting the regulated utilities and unregulated parts of Westar Energy, then merging them with PNM. The spin-off company, variously called Westar Industries and NewCo, would contain the unregulated portions of Westar Energy and PNM, and Westar’s utilities would go to the PNM utilities, Lake said. The Westar board then voted unanimously March 28, 2000, to split Westar. A Westar shareholder could exchange some or all of his Westar shares for shares in the new company in an “exchange offer," Lake said. He said a Nov. 7, 2000, meeting in New York in which Westar and PNM leaders signed the deal was "chaotic," typical of a deal of that kind, which requires weeks to finalize. Finalization meant invesrment bankers from each company Wouie examine the deal to make s'ure'it was fair to respective shareholders, each company would issue a separate statement that the deal was fair to their shareholders, shareholders would have to OK the deal and the Kansas Corporation Commission would have to approve the proposal, Lake said. But a day after the New York meeting, he said, there was "heated discussion" at a Westar board meeting http://www.cjonline.com/stories/113004/kan_westarmerger.shtml 11/8/2005 Thursday; March 30, 2006 iniwwikaliSaSCity.cmn- 50¢ METBOBOLIT'AN EDITION at ‘ * seesaw ‘Wfitfiifi 8% By DAN- MARGOBIES , ' The Kansas City Stan - :Federal pliosectttors a judge to sentence convicted former Westar Energy executives David With'g and Douglas Lake to life in prison attheir sentencing hearing MOnday. That’s more than any convicted executive has? received in the re- cent wave of corporate scandals. More than WorldCom chief wrec— ufive-Bernie Ebbersr64, who faced 'upto 85 years prison, butgot 25 yearsfor an $11 billion accounting fraudthat decimatedhiscompany; More thanEnron -. chief financial officer Andrew Fastow,..Who will ’ servera "10—year sentence for 'con- coding schemes to conceal En- : ron’s debt While pocketing millions- odellars. w , . More than Tyco international CEO DennisKozlowsld,» who gOtSJ/s to 25 years for'defrauding'the com- pany tofund his extravagantfife- style. “ , ’ " ,, ' - “A life sentence seems extra. ordi: narily high to. the point .of really shocking \ the . "Conscienceflj ,“ said Jean Paul'Bradshaw,. a' fonner‘US. attorney for the WesrernDlsnic. of Missouri, ,now in ‘ private practice. "When you {look at' ‘some_.~of “the cases around'thecountry, ‘(Westafl x." ma sesame? as? ".5. TOSEE I David Wittig and Donglasiiallalter' former Westar Energy»inc..e)_ceci _‘ utlves, were ,‘ ‘ indictedin De- y; cember ZOGSLon’; , andended: Dec. , 20, 2004, with a hung jury." ' ' I‘Their‘ second trial began in Kansas City, Kan... on June 153" y 2005, and ended Sept. 12.12005; '_ when the juryfound both'men guilty of conspiracy, circumfien-f . . i . i tlonof Intemai controls. Wire“_ »-- tr: fraud and money laundering; 1;. p” ;I On Monday. 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