Kjetil Solberg, the founder and former owner of defunct processor Adak Fisheries, has answered a bankruptcy trustee's lawsuit seeking the return of $400,000.
Filing the papers himself without an attorney, Solberg says he's no longer an Adak resident and lists his current station as Panama City, Panama.
He acknowledges a money transfer "to settle my divorce."
But Solberg contends it was money he was due.
"I did nothing wrong, and the value of time and money I invested in the company was far more than I took out over time," Solberg's answer says.
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