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Ex-Anglo CEO David Drumm files for bankruptcy in US


Sync

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Mind if I put Drumm's name in the title Outsider?
 

Watcher2

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What, you think he will be touched this side of the water? A little niaive dont you think?
 

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theoutsider

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What, you think he will be touched this side of the water? A little niaive dont you think?
No I said he'll get away with what ever he owes over here. Don't think we'll see him on an Are Lingus flight back from Boston anytime soon
 

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No I said he'll get away with what ever he owes over here. Don't think we'll see him on an Are Lingus flight back from Boston anytime soon
Sorry, I should have been more clear, he doesn't need to declare himself bankrupt over there to render himself untouchable this side of the pond. He was never going to be touched anyway.
 

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Does anyone know if the residency status of a non-citizen in the US would be dramatically affected by a filing for bankruptcy?

Then again, maybe Mrs Drumm has - somehow - the requisite net worth to secure ongoing residency in the US and her poor stoney broke hubbie can tag along.
 

Mitsui2

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Does anyone know if the residency status of a non-citizen in the US would be dramatically affected by a filing for bankruptcy?

Then again, maybe Mrs Drumm has - somehow - the requisite net worth to secure ongoing residency in the US and her poor stoney broke hubbie can tag along.
Wow! Wouldn't that be an amazing stroke of luck for him if it were the case?
 

stanley

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Extradite him now, he is playing a gamble, find a charge, they already asked him to come back voluntarily, this is a test case he has given them all the 2 fingers.
 

jmcc

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Perhaps as payback for the Special Rendition flights they can send the useless git back here.

Regards...jmcc
 

Maximus Cynicus

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Perhaps as payback for the Special Rendition flights they can send the useless git back here.

Regards...jmcc
No, we need some serious Foreign Direct Investment in this country now, not another Anglo joker on €188 a month :?
 

jmcc

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No, we need some serious Foreign Direct Investment in this country now, not another Anglo joker on €188 a month :?
Well it would be just for a chat about graves and cemetaries. :)

Regards...jmcc
 

theoutsider

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Sorry, I should have been more clear, he doesn't need to declare himself bankrupt over there to render himself untouchable this side of the pond. He was never going to be touched anyway.
Good point - also being bankrupt over there means he can start ruining (sorry running) a business again by the age of 50. Mind oyu if anyone is stupid enough to hire him...they deserve everything they get.

Over here he's be bankrupt until late 50s.

However I wonder if the US courts are less forgiving in bankrupty terms
 
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