Conventions and large gatherings are not unusual. What is unusual, according to KOB 4, is the high level of secrecy surrounding the event. Something is going on at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya that no one wants to talk about. Everyone is hush-hush. KOB Eyewitness News 4 has been told the entire place has been sold out the last three nights.

When KOB sent one of our photographers out tonight, he was stopped at a roadblock about a mile from the high-end resort on Santa Ana Pueblo. A Tamaya insider tells KOB the entire place was rented out by the Koch brothers. KOB was also told former vice presidential candidate Paul Ryan was at Tamaya.

While there's nothing wrong with renting out an entire resort, especially if you can pay for it, the level of secrecy in this case is quite unusual. KOB ran a check on the tail number of a jet seen parked at Cutter Aviation and it came back as being registered to Koch Leasing.

The Koch brothers, who are heads of the privately held firm known as Koch Industries with revenues estimated at $100 billion a year, are also highly active in American and global politics. They reportedly own interests in numerous ventures, including the electronic voting systems used in local, state and national elections.

Their business and political dealings are often controversial and a new documentary purports to expose the corruption surrounding their vast network and influence.

The event in New Mexico is hush-hush with no specifics on what is being discussed or who the participants are, but with Paul Ryan being a confirmed attendee the Brothers may be aiming to prepare candidates and strategies for the next round of national elections.

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