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David Duncan (born 1960), is the United States government's star witness in the Arthur Andersen trial. He has said fears over interpretation prompted him to order the shredding of documents relating to Enron.
He was an Andersen employee for 20 years, who was in charge of the Enron account since 1997, for which he was paid $700,000. He was fired from Andersen in January 2002 and charged with aiding in Enron's fraudulent bookkeeping. On April 9, 2002 he pleaded guilty; the maximum sentence for his crimes is ten years, but since he pleaded guilty and became a witness for the prosecution he will presumably get a much smaller sentence.  His sentencing date has been postponed numerous times.
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