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Sat Nov 19, 2016, 08:11 PM

 

Former USAG Ashcroft Remarks on Fed Judge/US Trustee, Corruption

Finally, after years of arguments, the remarks of former United States Attorney General, John Ashcroft, about federal bankruptcy judges, being in collusion with high ranking members of the program of U.S. Trustee's, has (now) been archived at the U.S. Courts.gov website.

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http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2009/06/nj_gop_gubernatorial_candidate.html
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TESTIMONY OF Francis C. P. Knize. 203 544 9603 Public ...
www.uscourts.gov/file/20083/download
testimony of francis c. p. knize. 203 544 9603 public comment on rules governing judicial conduct a nd disability proceedings undertaken pursuant to ...

1 PUBLIC HEARING - uscourts.gov
www.uscourts.gov/file/20084/download
18 FRANCIS C.P. KNIZE 19 20 ***** 21 22 23 24 25 Proceedings ... 4 undertaken pursuant to 28 U.S.C. Section 351-364. We have 5 three witnesses ...

http://search.uscourts.gov/search?affiliate=uscourts.gov&locale=en&query=francis%20c%20p%20knize

http://www.uscourts.gov/file/20083/download



It can also be found at my Petters-Fraud.com website.
http://petters-fraud.com/KnizeTestimony_DOJ_JudicialConference_BankruptcyCorruption.pdf

Significantly, the former USAG (purportedly penning this to the Hague Global Forum on corruption) is quoted by Francis C.P. Knize, as stating, to the:

Public comment on Rules Governing Judicial Conduct, as part of the Government in Sunshine Act - that the former USAG’s remarks were cited/quoted, by Francis C. P. Knize, during the July 2007 public hearings on RULES GOVERNING JUDICIAL CONDUCT, Pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §§ 351-364, as part of the open discussions of the Government in Sunshine Act [5 U.S.C. Section 552b] (Pub. L. 94-409), Doc. E7-14268 that was Filed 7-20-07; 8:45 a.m.

states:


"Bankruptcy court corruption is not just a matter of bankruptcy trustees in collusion with corrupt bankruptcy judges. The corruption is supported, and justice hindered by high ranking officials in the United States Trustee Program. The corruption has advanced to punishing any and all who mention the criminal acts of trustees and organized crime operating through the United States Bankruptcy Courts. As though greed is not enough, the trustees, in collusion with others, intentionally go forth to destroy lives. Exemptions provided by law are denied debtors. Cases are intentionally, and unreasonably kept open for years. Parties in cases are sanctioned to discourage them from pursuing justice. Contempt of court powers are misused to coerce litigants into agreeing with extortion demands. This does not ensure integrity and restore public confidence. The American public, victimized and held hostage by bankruptcy court corruption, have no where to turn."


Upon information and belief, these remarks were redacted, once former New Jersey U.S. Attorney, Chris Christie, provided John Ashcroft (and another stalwart, Debra Yang) with a $50 million - NO BID - Deferred Prosecution Agreement.
http://www.nj.com/politics/index.ssf/2009/06/nj_gop_gubernatorial_candidate.html

In the past, there are those being petty, snide and cruel, who assailed these facts in our eToys saga, to the point of actually defending Romney, whilst accussing me of making stuff up.

Hopefully, this posting by U.S. Courts.gov - properly quashes the bogus premise.

The more significant and nationally important issue remains, of the fact corruption is aiding & abetting Wall Street fraud racketeers; and - apparently - there's not a damn thing anyone of U.S., can do about that.

We can't - EVER - have a paradigm of federal agents, being able to hand "Deferred Prosecution Agreements", to fellow prosecutors, other fed agents, or their friends.

Hopefully, I'm not the only one to see this is a recipe, for disaster.

Surely, everyone else knows, what we use to call it, when Fed prosecutors would get millions, to defer a prosecution!

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