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Principals and Consultants, Past and Present:

Law Enforcement Alliance of America (LEAA)

Principals or Staffers
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Relationship
(Most recent year confirmed in role)
James Chapman President (2004) 1
James J. Fotis Executive director (2004) 2
Richard Beckman Member of the Board of Directors (2004) 3
Joe Constance Member of the Board of Directors (2004) 4
Joseph P. DeBergalis Jr. Member of the Board of Directors (2004) 5
Jeff Doyle Member of the Board of Directors (2004) 6
Rollin A. Kiser Member of the Board of Directors (2004) 7
David G. Thompson Member of the Board of Directors (2004) 8
Bryant G. Jennings First Vice President (2004) 9
Kevin Watson Legislative Director. (2002) 10

Individuals who Served as Consultants
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Relationship
(Most recent year confirmed in role)
Craig Shirley LEAA is a client of Shirley's firm, Shirley & Banister Public Affairs. (2004) 11

Organizations that Served as Consultants or Vendors for this Group
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Relationship
(Most recent year confirmed in role)
Shirley & Banister Public Affairs LEAA is a client of Craig Shirley and Associates. (2003) 12

Principals and staff include individuals who have served as prominent employees of the group or as members of its board of directors. For large organizations, lists were edited to exclude employees, aside from members of the board of directors, who did not appear involved in the group's electoral activities. Individuals' known affiliations with other politically oriented organizations are also included in the New Stealth PACs database.
This table consists of individuals who appear to have worked in advisory roles or as independent contractors for the organization. These individuals' known affiliations with other politically oriented organizations are also included in the New Stealth PACs database.
 
1   Law Enforcement Alliance of America Web site. (Available at www.leaa.org. Accessed on May 11, 2004.)
2   Law Enforcement Alliance of America Web site. (Available at www.leaa.org. Accessed on May 11, 2004.)
3   Law Enforcement Alliance of America Web site. (Available at www.leaa.org. Accessed on May 11, 2004.)
4   Law Enforcement Alliance of America Web site. (Available at www.leaa.org. Accessed on May 11, 2004.)
5   Law Enforcement Alliance of America Web site. (Available at www.leaa.org. Accessed on May 11, 2004.)
6   Law Enforcement Alliance of America Web site. (Available at www.leaa.org. Accessed on May 11, 2004.)
7   Law Enforcement Alliance of America Web site. (Available at www.leaa.org. Accessed on May 11, 2004.)
8   Law Enforcement Alliance of America Web site. (Available at www.leaa.org. Accessed on May 11, 2004.)
9   Law Enforcement Alliance of America Web site. (Available at www.leaa.org. Accessed on May 11, 2004.)
10   Rick Montgomery, "Concealed-Carry Plan Divisive," Charleston Gazette, Nov. 17, 2002.
11   Craig Shirley and Associates Web site. (Available at www.craigshirley.com. Accessed on May 21, 2004.)
12   Craig Shirley and Associates Web site. (Available at www.craigshirley.com. Accessed on May 21, 2004.)


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