Notes: Enron -- the fallen corporate giant now in bankruptcy -- has been accused of shredding documents that may be relevant to investigations and lawsuits related to the company's soured financial condition. Supposedly the shredding continued even after a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation of Enron began. Additionally, Enron's auditor Arthur Andersen, has also been accused of shredding documents that related to Enron.

There are 11 congressional committees in addition to the Securities and Exchange Commission, the Labor Department and the Justice Department investigating the Enron debacle. Hearings began last Thursday with Senate panelists playing, at times, to the cameras. No surprise there -- right? The Enron story will likely come out into full light. But, it could take the reconstruction of shredded documents to fully tell the tale.