Writer says oil thefts in Oklahoma helped develop power of Kochs


Alleged oil thefts from Indian reservations in Oklahoma played a big role in the political power and growth of the Koch brothers, according to a new story by business reporter Christopher Leonard.

Oklahoma was at the heart of the story from the 1989 U.S. Senate investigation to the political power wielded by the brothers of the wealthy energy company headquartered in Wichita, Kansas.

Leonard reveals more in his article entitled “How an Oil Theft Investigation Laid the Groundwork for the Koch Playbook.”


Click here to read his story.