a campaign to remove offensive rhetoric from the Pax Centurion newsletter
In a recent post we reported that the 2010 BPPA tax form shows a $259,743 commission payment on $336,494 sales (~77%) to Commonwealth Productions, 264 Raynor Street, Whitman, MA.
A Commonwealth Productions in Braintree shows Lisa Hutchinson is manager. Lisa Hutchinson owns, and may inhabit, the house at 264 Raynor Street, Whitman, MA with David Gargano. David was arrested in 2009 during the break up of a heroin ring and listed his address as the Raynor Street house; he was arrested again in 2010 “for uttering false prescription, writing improper prescription and obtaining drug by fraud,” and again listed the Raynor home as his residence. Lisa is still listed as owner.
Historical records show a Lisa Hutchinson arrested in 1991 along with her husband David Gargano and other Gargano family members. David was later convicted for a scam where they fraudulently solicited funds, claiming to be police officers and firemen, and failed to tell people they were paid professional fundraisers. (from The Boston Globe, Jul 30, 1991)
Also in 1991, “[Gargano’s] Derry house [in New Hampshire] was being used for the phone advertising operation of at least one and possibly two other trademark names listed with the New Hampshire secretary of state’s office as proprietorships operated by either Gargano or his wife, Lisa Hutchinson… Coalition of Public Safety is registered in New Hampshire by Hutchinson while an advertising business called Profit News United Citizens against Drugs was listed as operating at another home owned by Gargano at 9 Homestead Drive in Raymond.”
Who made a 77% commission selling advertisements for the BPPA’s Pax Centurion in 2010? Lisa Hutchinson.
-tulasana, axb21, unaspenser, and msjacks AKA caulkthewagon