And There's More....

I need to stop researching John Shavers, JESCO and J5Global before I discover where Jimmy Hoffa is buried. Winston said he's not concerned about a person's past but there's a lot of pending cases involving Shavers and his business ventures. It seems that everyone, including his wife, are trying to get their money. Perhaps I should refer to Ann Shavers as his ex-wife since their divorce is also pending. I can't find the divorce records but there was a motion to hold John Shavers in contempt of court for allegedly refusing to pay attorney fees. While researching Shavers, I came across a term I wasn't familiar with; involuntary bankruptcy. I looked up the bankruptcy case (12-50014-NPO) and I couldn't figure out why he was filing bankruptcy while showing considerable assets. Please keep in mind, the bankruptcy was for JESCO Construction, which is probably what led to the formation of J5Global.

I looked up the definition for involuntary bankruptcy. Creditors most commonly use the involuntary bankruptcy procedure when the debtor has transferred, or is likely to transfer, assets that will diminish the creditors’ likelihood of being paid. For example, if the Debtor has made substantial transfers to insiders without adequate consideration, a bankruptcy trustee may recover those transfers for up to four years, depending upon the law of the applicable state. Similarly, if a debtor has repaid creditors substantial sums within the prior 90 days, a trustee can recover those payments as preferences.

On the other hand, sometimes creditors have concerns that a debtor will transfer significant assets, or even the debtor’s entire business operation. If a creditor obtains this kind of information the creditor may seek similarly situated creditors and commence an involuntary bankruptcy case by filing a petition with the bankruptcy court.

Filing an involuntary petition is similar to filing a federal court complaint. The debtor has thirty days after service to contest the validity of the filing. As shown from the list above, debtors may have many grounds to resist the bankruptcy filing. However, if the creditors prevail at a trial on their petition, the court will enter an order for relief and appoint a Chapter 7 trustee to begin the process of administering the debtor’s assets. At that point, the debtor has the right to convert its case to Chapter 11 (or 13, if the debtor is an individual) in order to reorganize its affairs.

It appears that Shavers has a problem paying subcontractors. Based on his track record, if he's allowed access to an open account in Lumberton, it's probably going to happen again. With our lackluster legal representation, I doubt our city will be able to recoup lost expenses like the debtors listed on page 14 of tne JESCO Construction bankruptcy case. I have more research to complete but the copy of the case is listed below. I don't know what happened to page 10 but the other pages are provided. According to the paperwork, JESCO Construction owes its creditors $14,662,901.65. I guess Ben Winston wants to add Lumberton to the list of unpaid creditors.

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  1. For some reason, a few pages didn't upload. For the entire document, Google JESCO Construction Bankruptcy Case 12-50014-NPO.

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  2. Wow! The only board member I trust is Ward 3.

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  3. Lumberton has the worst Board Members and City Clerk in the world. They don't care about nothing but I, me and my.

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  4. Lumberton has the worst Board Members and City Clerk in the world. They don't care about nothing but I, me and my.

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  5. This guy is a scam artist. How did Ben find him, Crooks-R-Us?

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  6. I think Ben and some of the Board Members are in a crook club. The only good they have done since they been in office was put the lights in the Christmas decorations and that's the truth.
    They want to teach people how to read the water meter. Who is going to teach them. CRAZY!
    How do they come up with this stuff. No brains!

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  7. Very Good , Keep the pressure on. You are accomplishing some good things. Information is power'
    Remember: THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN GENIUS AND STUPIDITY IS, GENIUS HAS A LIMIT... EINSTEIN

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