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Old February 21st 09, 06:33 PM posted to rec.games.chess.politics,rec.games.chess.misc
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Default Bankruptcy Won't Help Sue Polgar

The USCF is now going to be forced to seek financial recovery in every
venue possible, particularly in the Federal case the USCF has brought in
San Francisco against Susan Polgar and Gregory Alexander.

The USCF now may be able to seek financial recovery through criminal
restitution and recovery of attorney's fees enforced by the United
States Attorney. Additionally, the USCF will need to seek full
statutory damages as provided by the laws violated by Polgar and
Alexander. If it is established that Ms. Polgar directed the actions of
Mr. Alexander breaking into a board members computer to obtain
confidential and privileged communications, the San Francisco litigation
may turn out to be the best means for the USCF to recoup its financial
losses and attorney fees incurred because of Polgar and Alexander.

Bankruptcy won't help them either. The Bankruptcy Code provides:

11 U.S.C. 523 Exceptions to discharge

(a) A discharge under section 727, 1141, 1228(a), 1228(b), or 1328(b)
of this title does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt--

(4) for fraud or defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity,
embezzlement, or larceny;


(6) for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or
to the property of another entity;



(13) for any payment of an order of restitution issued under title 18,
United States Code [i.e. federal crimes];



The endgame for Susie is not going to be pleasant. Stay tuned.
Damaging stuff for Susie and Gregory is in the pipeline and will come
out soon.

Anyone seen Paul Pufferfish lately? Where's he hiding?
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Default Bankruptcy Won't Help Sue Polgar

On Feb 21, 1:33*pm, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
The USCF is now going to be forced to seek financial recovery in every
venue possible, particularly in the Federal case the USCF has brought in
San Francisco against Susan Polgar and Gregory Alexander.

The USCF now may be able to seek financial recovery through criminal
restitution and recovery of attorney's fees enforced by the United
States Attorney. *Additionally, the USCF will need to seek full
statutory damages as provided by the laws violated by Polgar and
Alexander. *If it is established that Ms. Polgar directed the actions of
Mr. Alexander breaking into a board members computer to obtain
confidential and privileged communications, the San Francisco litigation
may turn out to be the best means for the USCF to recoup its financial
losses and attorney fees incurred because of Polgar and Alexander.

Bankruptcy won't help them either. The Bankruptcy Code provides:

11 U.S.C. 523 * Exceptions to discharge

(a) * *A discharge under section 727, 1141, 1228(a), 1228(b), or 1328(b)
of this title does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt--

(4) for fraud or defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity,
embezzlement, or larceny;


(6) for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or
to the property of another entity;



(13) for any payment of an order of restitution issued under title 18,
United States Code [i.e. federal crimes];

The endgame for Susie is not going to be pleasant. *Stay tuned.
Damaging stuff for Susie and Gregory is in the pipeline and will come
out soon.

Anyone seen Paul Pufferfish lately? *Where's he hiding?


Look under his bed. He may be hiding there.
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Default Bankruptcy Won't Help Sue Polgar

On Feb 21, 1:33*pm, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
The USCF is now going to be forced to seek financial recovery in every
venue possible, particularly in the Federal case the USCF has brought in
San Francisco against Susan Polgar and Gregory Alexander.

The USCF now may be able to seek financial recovery through criminal
restitution and recovery of attorney's fees enforced by the United
States Attorney. *Additionally, the USCF will need to seek full
statutory damages as provided by the laws violated by Polgar and
Alexander. *If it is established that Ms. Polgar directed the actions of
Mr. Alexander breaking into a board members computer to obtain
confidential and privileged communications, the San Francisco litigation
may turn out to be the best means for the USCF to recoup its financial
losses and attorney fees incurred because of Polgar and Alexander.

Bankruptcy won't help them either. The Bankruptcy Code provides:

11 U.S.C. 523 * Exceptions to discharge

(a) * *A discharge under section 727, 1141, 1228(a), 1228(b), or 1328(b)
of this title does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt--

(4) for fraud or defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity,
embezzlement, or larceny;


(6) for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or
to the property of another entity;



(13) for any payment of an order of restitution issued under title 18,
United States Code [i.e. federal crimes];

The endgame for Susie is not going to be pleasant. *Stay tuned.
Damaging stuff for Susie and Gregory is in the pipeline and will come
out soon.

Anyone seen Paul Pufferfish lately? *Where's he hiding?


Can she file again? I recall both part of Trollgar filed for
bankruptcy recently.

BTW, what is happening with the investigation into that filing?
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Default Bankruptcy Won't Help Sue Polgar

On Feb 22, 11:57*am, The Historian
wrote:
On Feb 21, 1:33*pm, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:



The USCF is now going to be forced to seek financial recovery in every
venue possible, particularly in the Federal case the USCF has brought in
San Francisco against Susan Polgar and Gregory Alexander.


The USCF now may be able to seek financial recovery through criminal
restitution and recovery of attorney's fees enforced by the United
States Attorney. *Additionally, the USCF will need to seek full
statutory damages as provided by the laws violated by Polgar and
Alexander. *If it is established that Ms. Polgar directed the actions of
Mr. Alexander breaking into a board members computer to obtain
confidential and privileged communications, the San Francisco litigation
may turn out to be the best means for the USCF to recoup its financial
losses and attorney fees incurred because of Polgar and Alexander.


Bankruptcy won't help them either. The Bankruptcy Code provides:


11 U.S.C. 523 * Exceptions to discharge


(a) * *A discharge under section 727, 1141, 1228(a), 1228(b), or 1328(b)
of this title does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt--


(4) for fraud or defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity,
embezzlement, or larceny;


(6) for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or
to the property of another entity;




(13) for any payment of an order of restitution issued under title 18,
United States Code [i.e. federal crimes];


The endgame for Susie is not going to be pleasant. *Stay tuned.
Damaging stuff for Susie and Gregory is in the pipeline and will come
out soon.


Anyone seen Paul Pufferfish lately? *Where's he hiding?


Can she file again? I recall both part of Trollgar filed for
bankruptcy recently.

BTW, what is happening with the investigation into that filing?


I am not aware that Susan Polgar has ever filed for bankruptcy.
However, Paul Truong has filed for bankruptcy twice.

Are you sure that you do not have your facts wrong?

Sam Sloan
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Default Bankruptcy Won't Help Sue Polgar

The Historian wrote:
On Feb 21, 1:33 pm, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:
The USCF is now going to be forced to seek financial recovery in every
venue possible, particularly in the Federal case the USCF has brought in
San Francisco against Susan Polgar and Gregory Alexander.

The USCF now may be able to seek financial recovery through criminal
restitution and recovery of attorney's fees enforced by the United
States Attorney. Additionally, the USCF will need to seek full
statutory damages as provided by the laws violated by Polgar and
Alexander. If it is established that Ms. Polgar directed the actions of
Mr. Alexander breaking into a board members computer to obtain
confidential and privileged communications, the San Francisco litigation
may turn out to be the best means for the USCF to recoup its financial
losses and attorney fees incurred because of Polgar and Alexander.

Bankruptcy won't help them either. The Bankruptcy Code provides:

11 U.S.C. 523 Exceptions to discharge

(a) A discharge under section 727, 1141, 1228(a), 1228(b), or 1328(b)
of this title does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt--

(4) for fraud or defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity,
embezzlement, or larceny;


(6) for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or
to the property of another entity;



(13) for any payment of an order of restitution issued under title 18,
United States Code [i.e. federal crimes];

The endgame for Susie is not going to be pleasant. Stay tuned.
Damaging stuff for Susie and Gregory is in the pipeline and will come
out soon.

Anyone seen Paul Pufferfish lately? Where's he hiding?


Can she file again? I recall both part of Trollgar filed for
bankruptcy recently.

BTW, what is happening with the investigation into that filing?

Only Truong filed for bankruptcy. No word on what is happening.


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Default Bankruptcy Won't Help Sue Polgar

On Feb 22, 12:56*pm, samsloan wrote:
On Feb 22, 11:57*am, The Historian
wrote:



On Feb 21, 1:33*pm, "Mr.Vidmar" wrote:


The USCF is now going to be forced to seek financial recovery in every
venue possible, particularly in the Federal case the USCF has brought in
San Francisco against Susan Polgar and Gregory Alexander.


The USCF now may be able to seek financial recovery through criminal
restitution and recovery of attorney's fees enforced by the United
States Attorney. *Additionally, the USCF will need to seek full
statutory damages as provided by the laws violated by Polgar and
Alexander. *If it is established that Ms. Polgar directed the actions of
Mr. Alexander breaking into a board members computer to obtain
confidential and privileged communications, the San Francisco litigation
may turn out to be the best means for the USCF to recoup its financial
losses and attorney fees incurred because of Polgar and Alexander.


Bankruptcy won't help them either. The Bankruptcy Code provides:


11 U.S.C. 523 * Exceptions to discharge


(a) * *A discharge under section 727, 1141, 1228(a), 1228(b), or 1328(b)
of this title does not discharge an individual debtor from any debt--


(4) for fraud or defalcation while acting in a fiduciary capacity,
embezzlement, or larceny;


(6) for willful and malicious injury by the debtor to another entity or
to the property of another entity;




(13) for any payment of an order of restitution issued under title 18,
United States Code [i.e. federal crimes];


The endgame for Susie is not going to be pleasant. *Stay tuned.
Damaging stuff for Susie and Gregory is in the pipeline and will come
out soon.


Anyone seen Paul Pufferfish lately? *Where's he hiding?


Can she file again? I recall both part of Trollgar filed for
bankruptcy recently.


BTW, what is happening with the investigation into that filing?


I am not aware that Susan Polgar has ever filed for bankruptcy.
However, Paul Truong has filed for bankruptcy twice.

Are you sure that you do not have your facts wrong?

Sam Sloan


Perhaps. Wasn't that a joint filing? He listed her income as his means
of support.
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