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The Actual Confidential Emails by Enron Employees Shared with Koch Employees, the Year right Before the Enron Scandal Became Known

Enron’s scandal became known on October 2001, but throughout the year of 2000, Enron Execs sent out copies, forwarded, or blind copied emails to the same Koch employees involving deregulation of commodities. Prior to 2000, Enron and Koch already had a history together, involving them creating the first weather derivatives. In 2001 Enron makes the news because they go bankrupt. Koch Industries has been around for many years, prior to Enron being created in 1985. Unlike Koch, Enron had none of the power and political influence the Koch brothers wheel. Today Koch Industries have increase their need to dictate today’s politics and having influence over the economics of this country. They have an open battle with President Obama and any agency such as the Environmental Protection Agency that would try their hands regulation.

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Originally posted to frederica cade's Blog on Thu May 24, 2012 at 08:07 AM PDT.

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