Phil Groom writes:
Courtesy of Ministry of Truth, this information entered the public domain not long after Brewer himself submitted it as part of last year’s failed bankruptcy filing. Matt Wardman posted some analysis of the situation in December 2008, but as far as I’m aware, the actual schedule of debts has not previously been transcribed to text. So here it is, creditors as named by Brewer in his submissions to the Texas Bankruptcy Court dated June 19, 2008, sorted by amount due.
Please note that this list is not complete: it only includes the creditors listed on the initial Statement of Financial Affairs (pdf, 1.2 MB) — the Amended Schedule E & F (pdf, 1.9 MB), Schedule F Continuation (pdf, 1.7 MB), Schedule F Continuation 1 (pdf, 132 KB) and Schedule F Continuation 2 + Schedule G (pdf, 3.8 MB) run to 111 pages listing scores of other creditors with a total stated debt of $1,624,258.11.
- Creditor: Amount Owed
- Orthodox Christian Mission Fund: $494,097.56
- HM Revenue & Customs – VAT: $62,824.74
- HM Revenue & Customs – VAT: $57,615.60
- Brewer & Pritchard, P.C.: $56,694.98
- Employees of SSTG LLC c/o Moorepay: $52,886.06
- Marston Book Services: $48,138.20
- St Andrew’s Bookshop: $40,118.76
- STL Wholesale: $38,211.13
- Booksolve Computer: $36,955.57
- Charles Farris Ltd: $31,048.73
- Network Business Call: $28,294.07
- Cocoabean (Oriel) : $4,770.75
- BT-One Bill: $3,712.77
- Subtotal for these Creditors: $955,360.92
The ‘Orthodox Christian Mission Fund’ — to whom the largest amount due was declared — is Brewer’s own organisation (described by him as ‘our “sister” charity’). Quite how Brewer could run up a debt just shy of half a million dollars to his own organisation — alongside a further $57k to his own company, Brewer & Pritchard, (4th largest debt) — remains something of a mystery.
Rumour has it that Booksolve have been paid. If any others beyond those identified earlier this month have been paid, they’re keeping quiet about it.