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October 23, 2013

Florida man offers money for dirt on school officials

Site seeks to expose hypocrisy in suspension of Erin Cox

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Hutchinson could not be reached for comment last night. A message left on his cell phone went unanswered.

The website listed the following rewards/bounties:

-- $250 for documented information leading to the suspension, resignation or termination of a teacher or documented information about extra-marital affairs.

-- $500 for documented information leading to the suspension, resignation or termination of Kevin Hutchinson, Carla Scuzzarella, District Attorney Geoffrey Bok or high-ranking faculty member or documented information about any extra-marital affairs.

-- $500 for documented information leading to the incarceration of a teacher.

-- $1,000 for documented information leading to the incarceration of any high-ranking faculty member or members of the immediate families of Kevin Hutchinson, Carla Scuzzarella or District Attorney Geoffrey Bok.

-- $2,000 for documented information leading to the incarceration of Kevin Hutchinson, Carla Scuzzarella, District Attorney Geoffrey Bok.

To clarify, Bok is not the District Attorney for Essex County. He is the attorney representing the North Andover School District.

“What Erin Cox did by fetching an intoxicated driver was an act of selflessness and honor, for had she not done it, the intoxicated one may have risked driving. Not only could this lead to killing herself, but she could have killed your mother, your father or your children,” Dougan wrote on his website.

“In their decisions, Kevin Hutchinson and Carla Scuzzarella give the impression they, and all of the other faculty of the North Andover School Board, live extraordinary, perfect lives. I am here to shatter that illusion,” Dougan said.

In his interview last night, Dougan described himself as a tech company owner who has created websites “all around the country that deal with corruption in government.”

“I have done the bounty thing before and it wound up working out well. I paid $500 for a deposition where a sheriff got caught stealing a firearm out of the evidence room out of Palm Beach County. The sheriff of my county tried to buy one of my websites for $75,000 just so he could shut it down. And I refused to sell it,” he said.

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