Ex-Cred Exec tears up efforts to block bankruptcy discharge

By Elise Hansen (October 6, 2021, 5:25 p.m. EDT) – A beleaguered former executive at bankrupt cryptocurrency firm Cred has opposed efforts by the Office of the Trustee to block his release from bankruptcy, saying he had been a scapegoat and subjected to a “criminal prosecution by proxy”.

James Alexander, former capital manager at Cred Inc., said he had “fully complied” with all the requirements of his personal bankruptcy case and criticized the US trustee for filing an adversarial action to deny his release.

In a letter dated September 30 and filed Wednesday, Alexander said the US trustee’s efforts were based on poor facts and accused “private lawyers” in the …

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