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Kelly Beaudin Stapleton
Oh Kelly, you're going to get famous for all the wrong reasons!

Kelly Beaudin Conlan (f/k/a Kelly B. Stapleton) has a few pages on BankruptcyMisconduct.com that you must read to grasp the eerie stench which defines her DOJ career. There is WebSci, Stone & Webster (watch for a new series of pages in the coming year adding content to the current page Here) and of course the eToys case culminating in her "Judge, Please Hide This" smokin' gun. And as your average DOJ pretender's revolving door career would indicate: "No Rest For The Wicked" ain't just an Ozzie album.
Seriously, if you were management at a distressed firm - Would you want to hire some turn-around pro's who might place just this sort of a lawyer, under a cloud of Stigma, into your shop? To hire a muddied lawyer with a background that could raise the likelihood of an involuntary colonoscopy down the road by a Federal Special Prosecutor, or some other cathartic mess, is a step backwards.

  • Goodness, it appears that Smelly Kelly does in fact have some of the eToys stink on her. It was KELLY BEAUDIN STAPLETON whose name and authority was employed to silence the truth for the purpose of protecting other fellow DOJ lawyers from "injur[y to] the[ir] reputations and livelihoods" . And yes, that quote is in her own words as she asks the judge for the "favor" of protecting her associates in pretend crime fighting. Oh Kelly, you're going to get famous for all the wrong reasons...

  • Kelly B. Stapleton had her law license put on Administrative Suspension in PA.

    Smelly Kelly doopsy doodly

Our original page follows:

Kelly B. Stapleton, who was employed by the Justice Department to protect the integrity of the bankruptcy system by overseeing case administration and engaging in litigating to enforce the bankruptcy laws, has recently resigned.

We have limited information on Ms. Staple

ton. While we don't completely know all the back room details of her specific involvement in the eToys and Stone & Webster bankruptcy misconduct scandals, cover up, and continuing aftermath ... we do have information that Kelly Stapleton was involved with the cover-up and tacit approval of the now mushrooming WebSci Scandal.

Experience has shown that this is going to get a lot more interesting. As successor to Ms. Stapleton, it would appear that Roberta A. DeAngelis now holds the baton with respect to the WebSci scandals. However, the existence of pending investigations by the FBI or other Federal or Congressional authorities may impede self directed efforts within the EOUST to clean up this particular mess.

BankruptcyMisconduct.com will continue to report on this WebSci Scandal and its aftermath. Again, we wish to thank the contributions from parties, attorneys, officials, and fellow internet journalists whether such submissions are done confidentially, anonymously, or without restriction.


Reprinted from the DOJ website:

U.S. Department of Justice


Executive Office for United States Trustees

For Immediate Release

May 2, 2008




WASHINGTON, D.C.–Roberta A. DeAngelis has been appointed Acting United States Trustee for Delaware, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania (Region 3) for an interim period effective on May 4, 2008, it was announced today by Clifford J. White III, Director of the Executive Office for United States Trustees. Ms. DeAngelis replaces Kelly Beaudin Stapleton, who has resigned after serving as U.S. Trustee for Region 3 since January 2005.

Ms. DeAngelis joined the U.S. Trustee Program as Assistant U.S. Trustee in the Newark office in July 1999 after practicing bankruptcy and insolvency law for 20 years. She has served as Acting General Counsel in the Executive Office for U.S. Trustees in Washington, D.C., since May 2005. Ms. DeAngelis received her law degree from Seton Hall University School of Law in Newark, N.J., and her Bachelor of Arts degree magna cum laude from Alvernia College in Reading, Pa.

The U.S. Trustee Program is the component of the Justice Department that protects the integrity of the bankruptcy system by overseeing case administration and litigating to enforce the bankruptcy laws. The Program has 21 regions and 95 field offices. Region 3 is headquartered in Philadelphia, with additional offices in Wilmington, Del; Newark, N.J.; and Harrisburg and Pittsburgh, Pa.

Contact: Jane Limprecht, Public Information Officer

Executive Office for U.S. Trustees

(202) 305-7411