Koch takes the witness stand!

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.

Here are the posts I’ve, um, posted previously about William Koch and his legal wine crusade. (Just to justify why I’m spending any more time on this story.)


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