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The good, bad, and the ugly decisions regarding bankruptcy misconduct, ignoring it, FAQs on how to thrust your head into the sand for fun and profit, and related documents.

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Notice the scant few administrative actions by the DOJ against the countless numbers of private Official Bankruptcy Trustees who have been authorized by the Feds to essentially set their own income level as they extract their hefty percentages from the poorest and most defenseless of our citizens.  Yet, even with the extreme bias in favor of their brethren attorneys and other "professional" relations, some of the most egregious crap can't help but float to the top.  But fear not fellow citizens, unlike any ordinary citizen, the DOJ not only protects the identities not only of the accused, but the DOJ also hides the identity of those Trustees it finds guilty!  The names are removed to protect the guilty.  This is the Department of Justice?. 
A racist, sexist, harassing habitual offender granted the powers of an Official Trustee in bankruptcy courts is given a slap on the wrist by the United States Deparment of Justice and having his identity confidential even after found guilty. Perhaps this attorney receives this special protection because he is an official working within the powers of a Federal Bankruptcy Court.  What should enrage citizens across the country is that the DOJ protects this pig like no other citizen.  Please note: BankruptcyMisconduct.com did not redact (hide) the name of this pig and the court that this pig operated in and the judge he operated under.  It is the U.S. Trustee Program which is hiding the identity of this pig. The U.S. Trustee program protects their relations in private practise like any mother pig would protect her muck loving piglets.  Thus, his identity is protected.  The Result?  No journalist can report on the matter, the pig can't get his picture taken and placed in the newspaper, and the victims of this pig aren't likely to get justice in a courtroom.  What else should we expect from the Department of Justice?