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Anthony S. Sawyer v. Purdue Pharmaceutical Corp.

March 20, 2012

ANTHONY S. SAWYER
v.
PURDUE PHARMACEUTICAL CORP.
v.
BJORN LANGE



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Landya McCafferty United States Magistrate Judge

PSR DISCLOSURE & ORDER

In an order dated March 16, 2012, the court directed Attorney Bjorn Lange to submit a copy of Anthony Sawyer's Presentence Investigation Report ("PSR") in 08-cr-96-01-PB for in camera review and disclosure to P.F. Laboratories ("Purdue").

Attorney Lange has submitted the PSR, and the court has reviewed it, with specific reference to the four interrogatories propounded by Purdue to which Sawyer responded by referring Purdue to his PSR. The court's review results in the following disclosures, keyed to the four interrogatories at issue.

Interrogatory No. 12. This interrogatory requested information on Sawyer's residences. The PSR includes relatively little information on this topic. It lists a legal address of 424 Church Street, Rollinsford, NH, 03869, at the time the PSR was prepared. The PSR also indicates that Sawyer was born in Bangor, Maine, in 1959, and that he was raised in Belfast, Maine, where he lived with his mother and brother. The PSR includes no other information responsive to Interrogatory No. 12, other than passing reference to his incarceration in the New Hampshire State Prison in 1993.

Interrogatory No. 14. This interrogatory requested information on Sawyer's education. The section of the PSR titled "Education and Vocational Skills" provides, in full:

Sawyer related that, while incarcerated in the New Hampshire State Prison in 1993, he enrolled in the educational program that was administered through New England College. As a result of records received from the college indicating that they have no record of the defendant attending the school, the probation office has requested verification with the prison. To date, this information has not yet been received. However, records received from Plymouth (NH) State University revealed that the defendant completed 120 course hours in the Physical Education Program at the university between the Spring 1995 semester and the Fall 1997 semester, during which time he accumulated a 3.39 grade-point-average. Records received from Belfast (ME) High School indicated that the defendant received his diploma in June 1977.

The PSR includes no other information responsive to

Interrogatory No. 14.

Interrogatory No. 15. This interrogatory requested

information on Sawyer's employment. The section of the PSR

titled "Military/Employment Record" provides, in full:

Records received from the General Services Administration revealed that the defendant served in the U.S. Marines Corps from August 4, 1977 to June 6, 1978, at which time he was discharged under less than honorable conditions. According to the defendant, he requested the discharge after his repeated involvement in disputes with many members of his unit who were African American.

The defendant provided the following employment information:

09/06 to 05/08: Records received from Scorpion's Bar and Grill, located in Durham, NH, indicated that the defendant was employed with the restaurant as a bouncer. According to the records, the ...


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