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ONDOVA / Jeffrey Baron

ONDOVA looks to be just one of those cases which make the U.S. look like a banana republic.  Old boy network.  Corruption.  It's like Mississippi with a crooked small town judge, the kind of thing that was made fun of by The Dukes Of Hazzard.  Unfortunately, it is real.

 The judge in this case is going to get a lot of scrutiny by BankruptcyMisconduct, and his name is ironically, or perhaps appropriately: Royal Furgeson.  He sure do have a serious case of King Syndrome.

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Ding Dong, The Bitch is Dead
The awesome appeal was heard, and the lunacy born of Judge Royal Furgeson is ended.

It's over!

Right?  I mean, it's over.  No way the dirtbags would keep trying to steal money from Jeffrey Baron, it's over.  Sure, they could appeal it higher, but no way they'd still try to rape the Constitution and torture Mr. Baron.

Not possible, not even in a banana Republic.

The award for an appeal won by it's opening statement goes to:

JEFFREY BARON, Appellant v. ELIZABETH SHURIG, et. al. Appellees


I.  Preliminary Statement

Instead of demonstrating that they obtained final judgments against Baron through a fair trial—or at least rebutting that an interlocutory fee order is not akin to a final judgment under Federal Rules of Civil Procedure—the Petitioning Creditors and Trustee make repetitive arguments that Baron is a vexatious litigant, in an attempt to convince yet a fourth court that they're entitled to extraordinary equitable relief. Setting aside that this allegation is baseless, as demonstrated below, section 303 of the Bankruptcy Code contains absolutely no provision that allows alleged creditors to force an individual into bankruptcy because he or she is “vexatious.”  Rather, section 303 requires petitioning creditors to hold claims that are not subject to bona fide dispute as to liability or amount. And the reasoning behind this requirement makes perfect sense, as the Bankruptcy Code was not intended to be used as a tool by plaintiffs to obtain a litigation advantage over defendants by placing them into bankruptcy. For these and other reasons, the Involuntary Case should be dismissed.

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We can't make this stuff up.  From an actual transcript, line numbers to the left

15      Look, you're being
16      arrested and you're going to end up in the squad car with your
17      hands cuffed behind your back. And you can either go quietly
18      and then argue about whether it was a wrongful arrest later or
19      you can fight the cop. And then you're going to get maced in
20      the face and you get a kicked in the ribs and you're going to
21      get hit with a billy club and you're still going to end up in
22      the police car with your hands cuffed behind your back.

Peter Vogel of the law firm GARDERE WYNNE SEWELL® (Wow... a copyrighted law firm!!) appears to believe that he owns Jeff Baron because of an order.  BankruptcyMisconduct would love to see this order, and maybe if Mr. Vogel returns a phone call or an eMail, we could get a copy of it.

Could this free download ONDOVA_Baron_Peter_Vogel_email_Exchange2.pdf be an actual eMail exchange or is this part of a big ONDOVA Dream, an Alice in Wonderland Acid Trip, or a bad episode from The Onion?

This can't be real!

But if it's a fake, somebody went through an awful lot of trouble.  It looks like a real transcript. 

Could Judge Royal Furgeson really have had such a meltdown?  Seriously, BankruptcyMisconduct is no stranger to incredible acts by dirty judges.  But could a federal judge really have said this stuff, on the record?

BankruptcyMisconduct doesn't begrude Stephen R. Cochell of
The Cochell Law Firm his desire to withdraw.  Usually when we see a lawyer high tail it in a bankruptcy case, our first impulse is to suspect ACPOC Syndrome.  Well sadly, in this instance, the dirty judge is just so far over the line of decency that Cochell claims he has no recourse.  We wonder if Cochell has fulfilled his Texas bar association requirements on this, or if the U.S. Trustee has obiged her responsibilities including under 18 U.S.C. § 3057

But let's applaud Stephen for making things so clear in writing.  He had to be very brave to put the truth in writing.

With the higher visibility that this site has obtained with the House, Senate, FBI, and DOJ - maybe ONDOVA will be the case which ushers in the Federal Special Prosecutor to start the much needed catharsis.

Download for free ONDOVA_motion_to_withdraw_of_counsel_in_TEXAS_Baron_case.pdf