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Timeline of case against former HealthSouth CEO Scrushy

Significant events in the development of HealthSouth Corp. and the fraud case against founder and former CEO Richard Scrushy:

- 1984:  Scrushy and a small group of investors form HealthSouth.

- 1986:  HealthSouth goes public.

- 1996:  After years of quick growth with Scrushy as C-E-O, HealthSouth operates in all 50 states and eventually bills itself as the nation's largest provider of diagnostic imaging, outpatient surgery and rehabilitation services. Fraud begins around mid-year.

- October 2002: Signs of trouble emerge when Scrushy temporarily steps down as CEO and HealthSouth lowers earnings estimates by 175 (m) million dollars, blaming a change in Medicare reimbursements.

- March 2003: Securities and Exchange Commission files a civil suit against HealthSouth and Scrushy alleging massive accounting fraud. First of 15 former executives pleads guilty in fraud; Scrushy is fired by HealthSouth.

- November 2003: Scrushy charged criminally in HealthSouth fraud, pleads innocent to 85-count indictment alleging fraud, conspiracy, money laundering and violations of Sarbanes-Oxley corporate reporting law.

- September 2004: New indictment cuts number of counts to 58, adds perjury and obstruction of justice charges.

- January 25th: Testimony begins with jury of 12 members, six alternates.

- April 20th: Prosecution rests.

- May 11th: Defense rests without Scrushy taking stand.

- May 19th: Jury deliberations begin.

- June 22nd: Ill juror replaced, deliberations start again from scratch.

- June 28th: Scrushy acquitted on all counts.

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