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As a UK citizen this seems insane!
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, February 22 2013 @ 07:24 AM EST
Maybe being hauled off to jail for bankruptcy fraud is better than the
alternative if any, more-damning evidence were to be uncovered during discovery.
I personally think that there are more players involved than just SCO. It
seemed to me that ceo guy was WAY too daft to be that much of an "evil
genius". It may very well be that, by manipulating the bankruptcy judge to
give the go-ahead to destroy such potential evidence, that the "real"
evil geniuses involved may not be able to be tied to the sink-hole that has now
engulfed SCO.

For those involved, it would be about clearing out the logs in order to remove
any traces of evidence that they were actually part of it. That's a huge win
for them if this is the case, and it's bad for the rest of us who would like the
world to be a better place.

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As a UK citizen this seems insane!
Authored by: Anonymous on Friday, February 22 2013 @ 08:58 AM EST
I happen to have recently talked to a bankruptcy attorney about bankruptcy
fraud. The gist of the conversation was that so many people try to destroy
records and hide assets that it's almost expected and rarely prosecuted.

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