I invested in what is a ponzi scheme. The schemer was charged and is a waiting trial that is suppose to happen next year. The schemer was also forced into Chapter 7 Involuntary bankruptcy which the order of relief is closing in on the 2 year mark, there is a Trustee who has been there since 2 week after the order of relief. He has filed numerous extension to object to the schemers relief and exemptions, the US Trustee has also filed for denial of discharge. The Feds have seized the schemers bank accounts and records and hasn't made them available to the trustee, and the schemer has never filed out any schedules and is pleading the 5th. There are other involved who also had plead the 5th but have since plead out and are awaiting sentencing however the Trustee has never tried to re interview them. The trustee has filed for the bankruptcy claims on all the things the feds froze bank accounts,property, etc. He has never attempted to sue anyone however there are a couple law suits filed by creditors against a bank and some trust companies. My question is once the 2 year statue of limitations is up is the Trustee now unable to file lawsuits for claw backs against those who might of made money. If the Trustee is unable to file lawsuits are the creditors able to sue those who made money or are they also barred under the statue of limitations.