How political consultants took a Texas oilman for a ride

This story was co-published with the Daily Beast and the Houston Chronicle. Throughout the booms and busts of his Fort Worth oil empire and during his brother’s notorious murder trial, Kenneth W. Davis Jr. largely kept to himself. At 89, he still does. He puts in full workdays at his small downtown office, with drapes drawn…

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  1. “Mr. Davis, It’s Ralph Reed’s attorney on the line, something about a stolen business plan.”

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