Koch Sued by Executive for False Imprisonment at Bear Ranch
Oxbow incident: Kock investigated his VP for fraud, then allegedly held him at ranch when threat to whistleblow alleged tax evasion was found.
By David E. Rovella and Tom Schoenberg|October 15, 2012 at 07:21 AM|Originally published on Treasuryandrisk.Com
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Oct. 15 (Bloomberg) — William Koch held a senior executive of his Oxbow energy company captive for almost two days after discovering his concerns about a plan to avoid U.S. taxes on $200 million in profit, the now ex-employee said in a lawsuit.