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The archives of Pax Centurion

No longer available at the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association's website, here are the archives of Pax Centurion
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  July 14, 2012

May/June 2012

Inthis week’s Boston Phoenix cover story, Chris Faraone writes about the furor over Pax Centurion, the newsletter of the Boston Police Patrolmen’s Association. Hours after the story went to press on Tuesday morning, the .pdf archives of Pax Centurion – which had been publicly hosted on the BPPA website, suddenly disappeared, without explanation. We are republishing the files here so that the public can scrutinize Pax Centurion’s twisted legacy.

PAX CENTURION ARCHIVES

2012
January/February 2012
March/April 2012
May/June 2012
2011
January/February 2011
March/April 2011
May/June 2011
November/December 2011
2010
January/February 2010
March/April 2010
Summer 2010
Election 2010
September/October 2010
November/December 2010
 2009
January/February 2009
March/April 2009
May/June 2009
July/August 2009
September/October 2009
November/December 2009

2008
January/February 2008
March/April 2008
May/June 2008
July/August 2008
September/October 2008
November/December 2008

2007
January/February 2007
March/April 2007
May/June 2007
July/August 2007
September/October 2007
November/December 2007

2006
January/February 2006
March/April 2006
May/June 2006
July/August 2006
September/October 2006
November/December 2006
 

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  • Shit Boston Cops Say
    For at least six years, the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association (BPPA) has published a boldly bigoted official union newsletter, the Pax Centurion .
  • Talking 'shit'
    In your July 6 issue, the Boston Phoenix made a front-page attack ("Shit Boston Cops Say") against my union's newspaper, Pax Centurion.
  • Still battling the BPPA
    The last time that the Boston Police Patrolmen's Association dropped an issue of its official newsletter, the Pax Centurion , the outcry was immense: Mayor Tom Menino called the publication "garbage," advertisers fled, and a subsequent dust-up revealed that most of the publication's revenue passed through a company run by felons.
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