We received information and evidence from a proven source that Judge Christopher Panos, who operates in the US Bankruptcy Court in Worcester, Massachusetts has a cozy deal with municipalities (cities and towns) that allows the municipalities to fleece lower income homeowners and other creditors.
IF YOU ARE A HOMEOWNER THAT FILED BANKRUPTCY IN JUDGE CHRISTOPHER PANOS’ COURT, AND DURING OR AFTER YOUR FILING, A MUNICIPALITY PLACED A LIEN ON, COLLECTED FINES OR FORECLOSED ON YOUR HOME, YOU MAY HAVE A LEGAL CASE AGAINST JUDGE PANOS FOR FILING FRAUDULENT ORDERS NOT WITHIN HIS JURISDICTION. CONTACT AN ATTORNEY AND FILE A JUDICIAL COMPLAINT. SUING JUDGES IS RARELY SUCCESSFUL, BUT WHEN THEY COMMIT CRIMES THIS BLATANT, IT IS ALLOWED, AND JUDGES THIS CORRUPT MUST GO.
If you have filed for bankruptcy, you likely know it can be a harrowing experience. If you filed in Judge Christopher Panos’ Court, and you had a similar experience to that described below, you should contact your attorney, the Attorney General, and/or your State and Federal Congressmen, as well as file a judicial complaint with the Federal District Court, because you were most likely the victim of judicial fraud.
If you are a creditor in a bankruptcy case in Judge Panos’ Court you may want to read on, because he plays favorites, and it is anything but legal. Your rights to collecting a piece of the pie are being gifted to municipalities in a Panos’ Court where “Stuff Happens!”.
Judge Panos says he does this regularly in his Court, which could be for nearly every municipality in the State of Massachusetts. If the fraud is not limited to this Judge’s courtroom, then it could permeate the entire Bankruptcy Court of Massachusetts. If it extends to other states, it could amount to billions of dollars of fraud committed by Federal Judges nationwide. That should raise an eyebrow.
Further it could have led to billions of dollars in the wrongful collection of illicit fines. This could have led many lower income homeowners to either lose their savings or have their home foreclosed upon.
In this specific case, our source provided evidence and materials involving the City of Framingham, MA. We will follow with an article that explains how the City of Framingham targets lower income homeowners to illicitly run up fabricated fines on their homes. The fines are then used to tap both the homeowner’s equity (via liens and/or foreclosure) and the Town then illicitly taps Federal grant money intended to improve lower income neighborhoods (not so the City can fleece the homeowners that live there).
Why target lower income people like the elderly? Because they are the most vulnerable and the least able to fight back. In fact, the municipality can move through the entire process before the homeowner even knows their house has a huge lien against it. Fines can run up to $300 per day per item, and the City of Framingham, MA is particularly fond of nondescript items like “cardboard” or “wood” or “paper”. Sound familiar Framingham citizens?
When a municipality chases after a low income homeowner over illicit fines, there is one inherent risk. The homeowner may declare Bankruptcy, That is where Judge Panos comes in.
In Bankruptcy, an injunction (Court Imposed Order) is entered during the process to allow for an orderly disbursement of funds and assets to creditors. The injunction, referred to as the “Automatic Stay”, requires that all creditors (with some exceptions) halt collection actions against the person that filed for bankruptcy. This gives each creditor an equal opportunity to get a portion of the funds and assets of the person filing.. Homes, however, are excluded to a large degree from such collection actions, up to a nominal amount that is based on housing values in the region.
Judge Panos assists municipalities in bypassing the troublesome Automatic Stay and the housing exclusion by defrauding the bankruptcy filer. The Judge uses an illegal sleight of hand to trick the filer into allowing a serious violation of the Automatic Stay to go unchallenged. Judge Panos does this specifically for his “friends” in local government.
This time Judge Panos got caught.
When asked about this special treatment, Judge Panos eloquently expressed the practice in legal jargon, repeatedly stating, “Stuff happens”.
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