What’s the point in Albero bringing up a bankruptcy case from 13 or 14 years ago against Chief See? There is nothing there that constitutes the Chief being a deadbeat as Albero claims. It appears to me that normal procedure was followed in such a case. Anyone who has had to deal with the legal system in today’s world should know that there is no such thing as a cut and dried case. Especially if it concerns bankruptcy or divorce, and from I can gather this concerns both. There are continuances, motions to dismiss, appeals, and heaven knows what else to drag a case on and on. Mostly this is done to the benifit of the lawyers, and believe me they know exactly what they are doing in that respect.
Albero should be inherently familiar with the courts. By his own admission he has spent quite a bit time sitting before a judge, and it appears he will soon have somewhat of an encore.
My question remains---What’s the point? It’s truly nobody’s business but Chief See’s.