On Sat, 02 Oct 2004 02:54:14 GMT, email@example.com (Keith Henson) wrote:
>I sent this off and got a reply in record time. Judge Patel is
>apparently no longer the Chief Judge.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT NORTHERN DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA SAN FRANCISCO. CALIFORNIA 94102
CHAMBERS OF VAUGHN R. WALKER UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
September 27, 2004
H. Keith Henson 176 Henry Street, #45 Brantford, Ontario N#S 5C8 Canada
Re: Bankruptcy action No. 98-51326 ASW
Dear Mr. Henson:
I am in receipt of your letter of September 20, 2004. Please be advised that objections to the actions of the United States trustee should be raised in a pleading filed in the bankruptcy proceeding.
Very Truly yours,
Vaughn R Walker United States District Chief Judge
Of course the letter makes the point that I *can't* file in the bankruptcy court, and that my lawyers won't do anything to upset the US Trustee (for the simple reason they have to do business with the Trustees if they are going to be in the bankruptcy lawyer business.
So I can't point out to the court in any normal way that one of the lawyers, Susan B. Luce, Bar #120843 misled, no, just plain *lied* to the court about the stipulation being signed by all parties. The result was that the hearing was put off till November, costing more legal fees. If anyone knows a lawyer with guts enough to sue a US trustee, I think Arel has a hell of a case.
But who knows, maybe Judge Weissbrodt Googles his name once in a while.