Crawford Peace House loses corp status with State of Texas March 29, 2007Posted by daveintexas in Current Events, Leftard Freakshow, terrorist hemorrhoids.
Sara Oliver says she witnessed “buckets of cash and checks” and was told they received about $700,000. State Comptroller says they were delinquent in corporate filings in May of 2006, and has revoked their corporate charter.
“Why? Because we’re just not responsible about doing it, I guess. I can’t answer that. I would like for someone to come and volunteer for us to do that work for us,” Peace House Board Member Kay Lucas said.
They produced non-specific budgets for 05 and 06, but when asked for specific receipts and paperwork, they had none.
Members say they have about $11,000 left in accounts.
“The IRS was asking us all these questions that I just did not know how to answer,” Lucas said.
That’s ok honey. They’ll get their answers just the same. They always do.
In Texas, if a corporate charter is forfeited, the directors of the organization can become personally liable for any debts incurred.
Including Director Cindy Sheehan.