Did Beth Mason or the Mason Civic League charity provide a credit card to fund an employee's personal WWE junket to St. Louis that's made headlines around the globe?
Headlines, because St. Louis airport police were called to scene of a commotion between Mason's employee and the WWE superstar, CM Punk. And CM Punk has millions of fans around the globe.
GA was pondering why Matt Calicchio's Facebook page came down so fast.
One reason could be substantial documentary evidence of numerous events he's attended since he has been on her payroll. And while it's not too late to report 'gifts' or 'personal expenses' made in 2012 as taxable income at the end of the year, what about 2011?
Calicchio testified, "I am on the payroll of the Mason Family Civic League since June 2011." Da Horsey will have the transcript soon.
Was the documentary evidence of other WWE junkets the reason those Facebook pages came down so fast?
Or did the WWE have something to do with it?
WWE is billion-dollar business; it's programming reaches 600 million homes worldwide. It's wrestlers ARE it's assets. Though wrestlers work as independent contractors , paying for their own travel expenses and medical insurance, it is in the WWE corporation's interest to keep its most valuable commodities safe and protected from harm by malevolent fans.
And one of WWE's top wrestling commodities is CM Punk.
Phillip Jack Brooks, or better known as CM Punk, is an American professional wrestler with a net worth of $7.5 million. Brooks gained his net worth by signing to WWE and winning five world championships including the WWE Triple Crown Championship and World Tag Team Chapmionship.. Brooks was born in Chicago, Illinois.I cannot imagine a billion-dollar corporation ignoring a serial problem for one of it's top earners.
Whatever it is, it all comes back to the credit card.
Because whomever financed the junket is its 'sponsor' and if it is a Hoboken elected official, she needs to accept responsibility as enabler for the incident in St. Louis.