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FILE - In this file photo taken April 29, 2009, Tim Blixseth arrives at the federal courthouse in Missoula, Mont.   Attorneys for creditors from the 2008 bankruptcy of the exclusive Yellowstone Club want a federal judge to incarcerate the resort's founder for failing to heed court orders. The attorneys say Blixseth has engaged in a pattern of deceit through years of litigation in which he's sought to limit his liability in the club's financial collapse. That includes his alleged defiance of a Feb. 3 court order to pay at least $13.8 million for selling a Mexico resort that was part of the bankruptcy proceedings. Blixseth, a resident of Washington state, said Wednesday he hoped to resolve the matter but did not offer specifics.(AP Photo/Mike Alban, File)

FILE - In this file photo taken April 29, 2009, Tim Blixseth arrives at the federal courthouse in Missoula, Mont. Attorneys for creditors from the 2008 bankruptcy of the exclusive Yellowstone Club want a federal judge to incarcerate the resort's founder for failing to heed court orders. The attorneys say Blixseth has engaged in a pattern of deceit through years of litigation in which he's sought to limit his liability in the club's financial collapse. That includes his alleged defiance of a Feb. 3 court order to pay at least $13.8 million for selling a Mexico resort that was part of the bankruptcy proceedings. Blixseth, a resident of Washington state, said Wednesday he hoped to resolve the matter but did not offer specifics.(AP Photo/Mike Alban, File)

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