Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim's Intention to Proceed with Bankruptcy Case: #18-40567

TO:        Alex Tse                           Phyllis J. Hamilton
Director- No. District                    Chief District Judge
U. S. Attorney’s Office                  U. S. District Court- No. Division
Federal Courthouse                     6th Floor Oakland Courthouse- 2
450 Golden Gate Avenue            1301 Clay Street
San Francisco, CA 94102             Oakland, CA 94612
Fax No.: 415-436-7234                FAX No.: 415-522-3605
alex.Tse@usdoj.gov                       Phyllis_Hamilton@cand.uscourts.gov
stacey.geis@usdoj.gov                  Richard_Wieking@cand.uscourts.gov
joshua.Eaton@usdoj.gov              Joseph_Spero@cand.uscourts.gov

Chief Judge Roger L. Efrensky               Martha G. Bronitsky
William Lafferty                                        Trustee
Office of the United States Trustee       P.O. Box 5004
1301 Clay Street, Room 690N                Hayward, CA 94540
Oakland, CA 94612                                  Fax: 510-266-5589
Fax: 510-637-3220                                 vsilveira@oak13.com

Xavier Becerra                                           Tracy Hope Davis
Attorney General of California                 Office of the United States Trustee
1300 I Street, Suite 125                            450 Golden Gate Ave,Ste #05-0153
P.O. Box 944255                                       San Francisco, CA 94102
Sacramento, CA 94244-2550                 Fax: 415-705-3379
FAX No.: 916-324-8835                          Tracy_Davis@cand.uscourts.gov
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cc: Clerk Edward J. Emmons ; bcc
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FROM:     Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim
DATE:     April 3, 2018
RE:        Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim’s Intention to Proceed with Bankruptcy Case: #18-40567

Dear Chief Judge Roger L. Efrensky, Martha Bronitsky, Alex Tse, Phyllis J. Hamilton, Xavier Becerra, and Tracy Hope Davis:

It was good to briefly speak with Ms Davis today, and simply want to reiterate and make plain that I have every intention of completing my bankruptcy petition and discharging the debt even if I have to refile it.

I would NOT be filing the petition if it were not for the claimed debts that were procured through fraud!

I am some what concerned how the correspondence from the court/trustee was ALL dated on the same date, postmarked on the same date, and use that date as the time certain for the responses to all the filings that are due to began. Starting a “running clock”.

This is some what startling since those documents were not mailed by the court/trustee on that date and I received them with very little time to prepare ALL those responses to the 106, 107 series forms required to be completed from the date of the correspondence. I had to find where the forms were, get them and some advise/help with them.

It takes longer to assemble all the data that is required and do so trying to be precise and inclusive then I was able to have in this case.

Again, I have every intention of completing my bankruptcy petition even if I have to refile it.

I just can’t have Ms. Bronitsky’s presence in this case since she has previously issued me checks drawn on her business account that have bounced for insufficient funds and others that had stopped payments applied to them of $9,889.04, I do not feel comfortable going forward with her as a trustee.

The court/trustee MUST review the theft of my money in the Wong case, compensate me for my loses, and change it’s assignment of this case to Bronitsky and make a more proper assignment in the future.

You are ALL being served and I will file this letter with the courts.

Call if you have any questions, and “Thank you” for your consideration.


Abdul-Jalil al-Hakim

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