Vic Kohring, Bribed By VECO With $100 Bill To Pay For Daughter's Girl Scout Uniform, Dies In Glenn Crash

Alaskans Knew Vic Kohring Thanks To Black-And-White Undercover Video Showing Him Taking $100 Bribes   Legislator Asked For Easter Egg Money ...

Alaskans Knew Vic Kohring Thanks To Black-And-White Undercover Video Showing Him Taking $100 Bribes  

Legislator Asked For Easter Egg Money 



Vic Kohring, a 7-term Wasilla legislator, has died in a head-on collision with a semi on the Glenn Highway. 

On Tuesday, September 6th, at 5:06 pm Kohring drove his Toyota minivan into the wrong lane and hit the truck, Troopers said.


Kohring crashed into the semi at Mile 53 of the Glenn, at the start of a DOT Reconstruction Project at Moose Creek Canyon. 

Vic Kohring's tragic death was a culmination of a tragic life. He will be most remembered for taking kickback money from an oil company. 

Sixteen years ago, the FBI made hidden videos of Kohring asking for and getting a bribe from Bill Allen, the head of VECO, a well-known oil company with state dealings. VECO's Allen prided himself in his aggressiveness, and  printed up hats with the title "Corrupt Bastards Club" on the front. The bribe took place in a Juneau hotel room. 


In the undercover film, the legislator, Vic Kohring, is shown asking Allen for a hundred dollars to put into his child's Easter egg as a gift. The video, which was widely disseminated, showed Allen handing over the bill. 

Then Kohring goes on to ask for an additional hundred dollars to pay for his daughter's Girl Scout uniform — and Allen is shown giving him another hundred dollar bill.

Kohring was also filmed asking for $17,000 to settle a personal credit card debt. He was originally sentenced to 42 months in prison for accepting money to influence VECO-related legislation. 


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