Trustee Fires Shot Across Bankruptcy Bar's Bow

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What are the outer limits of hubris and greed? The U.S. Trustee's new compensation guidelines for Chapter 11 cases may help provide an answer.

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  • Laser the Liquidator

    Our nation's U.S. Trustee program is a misnomer. For you can't trust a U.S. Trustee to do their fiduciary duty - as noted by former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft;

    there are corrupt federal judges in collusion with U.S. Trustee's and it is being covered up and justice hindered by high ranking members of the U.S. Trustee's office.

    We know this as a fact. Case of In re eToys DE Bankr 01-706.

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