William Koch, that is. And this case involves what the New York Times calls his “Crusade” (although the Times used that word without quotes, and what does that imply?) against … wait, wait, wait. OK, stop waiting.
Counterfeit rare wines. Yeah. I, for one of zillions, am on a crusade against the Koch brothers, sort of in general, and I don’t buy Quilted Northern toilet paper and anything else that makes them money. But I’ve got to admit that William Koch has balls. He also has bucks: apparently he’s spent $25 million on his Crusade.
Better against counterfeit rare wines than against government. I guess.