It is time for us to band together as one and use our advantages to our advantage. The following link leads you to a simple petition. It has been set up to send a copy to the U.S. Trustee each time someone adds their name to the petition. Please do so today and ask everyone you know who cares about you to do the same. We are stronger when we speak with one voice and it’s about time people started taking us seriously. As we stare down the barrel of the Bar-K attorney’s gun, now is the time to step up.
Tracy Green, a name some of us are familiar with (and some have even met with in regard to our conundrum), has applied to be named counsel to the unsecured creditors’ committee. The link below will lead you to her application.
The documents on Equitatus’ blog are worth reviewing. In the end, Kaplan and his firm will likely be representing Maribel & Walter. While it costs us money (that we don’t have) every time papers are filed and court appearances occur, we gain a deeper insight into the affairs of the entities and the individuals, which is highly beneficial. Transparency benefits us.
UPDATE: Forgot to mention that a mailing arrived yesterday from Kaplan. Yesterday was, of course, June 7, 2011. The Continue reading →
It’s rather interesting to peruse the financial exhibits provided by Walter’s attorneys. Who knew that Bar-K was worth a grand total of $0? Have you ever heard of LOWN, LLC? We always thought Barney was the creative force behind the naming of the LLC’s, but we were wrong!
You can find the documents by clicking on THIS LINK.
Thanks to super sleuth Equitatus for their hard work in tracking down these documents.