04: On the Validity of a Bankruptcy Petition involving Midland Bank

This ‘case’ lasted 15 years and is documented in about 20 meters of Lever Arch folders.

Brad R. Mayer videoed the Forum meeting on April 23rd 2009 and hosted our June 23rd gathering. In this process he heard of Mr Ebert’s case and managed to get to its core.

The result is this kernel document: a petition for bankruptcy with eleven questionable points and associated evidence.

Might you have experience from which to comment?

If anybody has experience with similar cases, it would be helpful to hear of them, as our overall goal is to group cases with a view to change the law.

Since then, the document expanded into Volume 1 of The Forensics of Legal Fraud.

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