On Sat, 02 Oct 2004 02:54:14 GMT, email@example.com (Keith Henson) wrote:
>STIPULATION AND REQUEST FOR MANDATORY-SETTLEMENT CONFERENCE
>The parties have negotiated for many months and have been very close
This is untrue. The trustee made impossible demands that Arel give up a substantial fraction of her part of the money from the house sale and that I give up any protection provided the bankruptcy court or the Trustee would hold up Arel's half in litigation till every penny was eaten up by legal costs.
>The parties agree that an independent Bankruptcy Judge
>could assist the parties in resolving a few remaining issues.
I have been authoritatively informed of the reason for the wishful thinking: If the US trustee does not get the case dismissed, she will be fired.
I will not be sure about this until the haul from the next raid is processed, but I think the Trustee and the cult got out of sync. The cult now wants out of litigation so (*) can concentrate on other places where the walls are falling in, like Narconon and the leaking of highly places people who know enough to put him in jail. (BTW, where is Moxon?)
>parties also request that, in light of this request, all matters set
>for calendar on September 13, 2004, at 1:00 p.m., before the Honorable
>Arthur S. Weissbrodt, be continued until after a mandatory settlement
>conference, if one should be so ordered, is held.
On the basis of outright misrepresentations the hearing was delayed till November.
Oh well, by that time the game could be *very* different. :-)