Convicted fraudster Andrew Fastow said he knew he was doing wrong but didn’t think at the time he was breaking any rules as Enron’s CFO. “I was prosecuted for not following specific rules in the financings,” Fastow said during the closing session. “I don’t think that’s the important reason why I’m guilty. I think I’m guilty and most egregiously guilty [by] engaging in transactions that caused a misrepresentation … to appear different to the outside world. …"