from “J.B. Tucker & Associates”:
California Private Investigator Jan B. Tucker has asked Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley to put Bain Capital, Inc. out of business on the grounds that it's corporate charter was involuntarily revoked by order of the Massachusetts Secretary of State on June 18, 2012. Nevertheless says Tucker, “Bain Capital continues to do business in Massachusetts at its headquarters at 2 Copley Place in Boston while it has not bothered to pay its corporate fees or make its required filings to the Secretary of State since 2005.”
More disturbing says Tucker, “the revocation document issued by the Secretary of State in Massachusetts continues to list W. Mitt Romney as President of Bain Capital, Inc. as of the last time the company bothered to file, in 2005. This means that Bain Capital, Inc. continued to list Romney as its President the entire time that he was in office as Governor of Massachusetts and well after he has publicly claimed to have severed his management ties to the firm.”
Tucker, who served an unprecedented seven (7) terms as Chair of the Board of the world's largest organization of private detectives (the California Association of Licensed Investigators) is known for his “opposition research” for both Democratic and Republican candidates and officeholders, denies that the Democratic Party or the Obama campaign had anything to do with his research. In 1984, a Los Angeles Times Around the Southland (by Steve Harvey, later renamed as “Only in L.A.”) column on Tucker's political investigations was entitled “Take Cover: Hired Mudslinger Rides Into Town.” Tucker gives credit to associates in Massachusetts, including Bruce Boguslav of HSI Trust, a non-profit which assists homeowners with preventing foreclosure, with assisting the research into Bain Capital.