What Happened to Jane Mayer When She Wrote About the Koch Brothers


It does not just happen in pulp fiction. Big people do get after you even today if you displease them. Today’s needull is an investigative report by Jane Mayer and the aftermath.

Ms. Mayer began to take the rumored investigation seriously when she heard from her New Yorker editor that she was going to be accused — falsely — of plagiarism, stealing the work of other writers. A dossier of her supposed plagiarism had been provided to reporters at The New York Post and The Daily Caller, but the smears collapsed when the writers who were the purported victims made statements saying that it was nonsense, and that there had been no plagiarism whatsoever. Indeed, as one noted, Ms. Mayer had plainly credited his writing — though this was not mentioned in the bill of particulars that was passed around.

What Happened to Jane Mayer When She Wrote About the Koch Brothers

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