Kochs' Arkansas operations blamed for health ills | Arkansas Blog

Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Kochs' Arkansas operations blamed for health ills

Posted By on Wed, Oct 26, 2011 at 1:41 PM

Robert Greenwald, the activist filmmaker, is continuing his work to expose the dark side of the billionaires Koch, whose political activities have fueled the Tea Party, Americans for Prosperity and a variety of efforts to help Republican takeovers of state legislatures and Congress. Koch fingerprints are also all over presidential candidate Herman Cain.

Here, Greenwald's organization spotlights Arkansan David Bouie, a retired factory worker and preacher who has invited the Kochs to visit their Georgia-Pacific plant in Crossett "to see how their factory and pollution have hurt my neighbors." The Greenwald organization also is pushing distribution of the video above.

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