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Charfauros' bankruptcy stalls gov't case against GBF

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by Mindy Aguon

Guam - The Government of Guam cannot pursue its case against the Guam Baseball Federation until a bankruptcy matter is resolved. The case was scheduled for a bench trial today, but the former GBF commissioner and diamond keeper, former-senator-now-police-captain Mark Charfauros has filed for bankruptcy. 

His attorney, Curtis Van De Veld, says the government is trying to obtain the money Charfauros received for taking care of Paseo Stadium as they allege he wasn't entitled to the money and there wasn't adequate accounting of the funds. 

The trial has been put on hold indefinitely now that Charfauros has filed for bankruptcy.

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