Bankruptcy-liency for some -punishment for others

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CynRoyce

Talent, OR

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BANKRUPTCY AND PURCHASING EXPENSIVE HARLEY DAVIDSON'S IN THE MIDST OF AN ON
GOING BANKRUPTCY-WHY IS THIS ALLOW?
I reported it to the IRS, Washington DOJ, Bankruptcy trutee in Colorado.
I am writing regarding a person in Colorado who filed bankruptcy in 2009 -this was closed in Dec 2009. In Sept 2009 Ms. Hogg adds a NEW 2009 Harley
Davidson to her garage which she already had a Baja valued at $17,000 and a
Harley (2002). I find it appalling that the DOJ and the local bankruptcy
court would allow an extravagant purchase with no penalization-nothing
happened to her. There are many other questions of extravagant purchases in
question on a very limited income. Why was Ms. Hogg allowed to make this
pruchase and not pay her creditors. Ms. Hogg shortly after had 2 Mercedes
etc. Am I crazy or is this illegal? Nothing to my knowledge has been
done. "Corihogg added a 2009 FLSTN Softail Deluxe to her Garage($20-$30,000)September 21, 2009 • Ms. Hogg deleted her Biker or Not post immediately after my bringing attention to the purchase. I have a copy and NOTHING goes away on the internet. Like • Comment" as noted on biker or not. Please comment on this-it sends a message that anyone can do these things-regardless of the law.Ms Hogg has removed many of her internet sites recently. I have copies. I have lot's of information on questionable purchases and life style of Ms. Hogg who stated she made less than $6,000.00 while in bankruptcy. She was
living large there after to the extreme (according to her blog on Murray Imports Colorado Mercedes dealership). to include 2 Mercedes, Jet skis (2), homes everywhere.
Your comment is greatly appreciated. Why is this okay?
Annonymous 2121

Lincoln City, OR

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As a debtor in a Chapter 7 bankruptcy case, you have an ongoing legal obligation to disclose and report assets you obtain during the case. For example, if you receive gifts—including cash contributions—you must report the value of these items (or cash). Under the U.S. Bankruptcy Code and the local rules of each bankruptcy court, there is a set procedure in place through which you declare gifts during the course of your bankruptcy case.
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It's about time someone spoke up on this! People are taking so much advantage of bankruptcy.
Shame on her!
BON person

Fairview, UT

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I know Corinne Hogg (Corihogg). This informmation does not surprise me. She disrespected BON in the past.

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