Skip to comments.Detroit faces crucial trial in bankruptcy case
Posted on 10/22/2013 1:21:15 PM PDT by Olog-hai
Thousands of Detroit streetlights are dark. Many more residents have fled. Donors are replacing ambulances that limped around for 200,000 miles. Millions in debt payments have been skipped.
Is there really any doubt the city is broke?
A judge starts exploring that question Wednesday in an unusual trial to determine whether Detroit indeed is eligible to scrub its books in the largest public bankruptcy in U.S. history. Unions and pension funds are claiming the city failed to negotiate in good faith before filing for Chapter 9 protection in July.
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What’s their post-bankruptcy plan? Their residents won’t magically overnight become taxpayers.
The chief of police for the City of Detroit came face to face with a carjacker and he ran.
first-degree murder, felony murder, arson, torture, first-degree child abuse, and disinterment and mutilation of a body
Most of them have been cut off from what I hear.
They can’t even bury the bodies
Steven Crowder takes you to Detroit.
This is a corrupt Democrat hell well over 50 years in the making. Frankly, it is well deserved, but if you use it as an example of Democrat leadership, you must be a racist.
The real question that should be asked is where did all that money go?
The Emergency Manager found example after example of waste and fraud, and the personal enrichment of many Dem Pols. Detroit Bus drivers make MUCH more than most of the pilots flying out of DTW. How do they reconcile things like that?
And you won’t here much, if any of that, mentioned in the mainstream media, just endless droning about “Retirements!!”
More welfare! Actually welfare is the only reason the vast majority of Detroit hasn’t reverted back into the soil at this point.
so lets build a new sports arena.
Why is a UAW lawyer commenting on a city bankruptcy?