Connecticut Bankruptcy Court’s TRO to Miles Guo Suspicious of Discrimination

On Nov 25th, through a live stream broadcast, some of the New Federal State of China (NFSC)’s citizens revealed the details of the discrimination Miles Guo has recently encountered from the Connecticut Bankruptcy Court.

On November 22, the United States Connecticut Bankruptcy Court issued an order granting Pacific Alliance Asia Opportunity Fund L.P.(“PAX”)’s application of the Temporary Restraining Order(“TRO”) to Miles Guo after earlier Pax filed a complaint against the Defendant, Miles Guo, and an application for Temporary Restraining Order and Motion for Preliminary Injunction seeking to temporarily and preliminarily restrain and enjoin the Defendant, the Defendant’s officers, agents, servants, employees, and attorneys, and other persons in active concert or participation with him in certain related actions, claiming Miles Guo is related to the recent protesting activities organized by the NFSC citizens.

The fellow fighters of the NFSC believe that the Connecticut Bankruptcy Court Judge’s bias has violated the procedural justice in Miles Guo’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy case.

Recently, starting Nov 20th, 2022, to oppose the CCP’s political persecution, according to the basic human rights conferred by the First Amendment of the United States, citizens of the New Federal State of China organized street protests in many cities in the United States.

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