I don't think kenny Boy was built for prison. Kinda like Beaumont Livingston.
Louis: Who's Beaumont?
Ordell Robbie: An employee I had to let go.
Louis: What'd he do?
Ordell Robbie: He put himself in a position where he was going to have to do ten years in prison, that's what he did.
Lay was diagnosed with an unspecified heart condition sometime in the 1990s, Phillips recalled. She did not remember the name of the disease.
Lay apparently had corrected the problem through a rigorous program of diet, exercise and prayer, she said. The son of a Baptist minister, Lay was a deeply religious man.
"I'm sure it -- the stress of the verdict -- had something to do with it," said Phillips, referring to Lay's quick, unexpected death. His sister-in-law giving her opinion.
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