The deed Spritzer displays as proof that the trustee sold him the camp, and therefore makes the case that any complaints should not fall on him but the trustee.
This attitude reminds us of the story with the שטן (Satan), who takes (g-d forbid) the soul of a Jew and therefore when people come to complain to him, he says don’t complain to me (don’t blame me) complain to the one who sent me.
The Gemara teaches (Baba Bathra pg.16) “Resh Lakish said: שוטן (Satan), יצר הרע (evil prompter), and the מלך המות (Angel of Death) are all one.
This [Satan] who comes down to earth and seduces (man to sin), then ascends to heaven and awakens wrath; permission is then granted to him and he takes away the soul. And he still has the Chutzpa to say I got permission from above to do it (take away the soul).
In our case (with the camp) Spritzer is very much like the Satan (above), except that Spritzer out smarts the Satan, he manages to do his dirty work with leis and does not need the (innocent) person to actually sin in order to mend punishment. In other words, he skips the part of causing somebody to sin, goes up to heaven concocts a bunch of leis and get his permission to mend out punishment.
Spritzer didn’t need any of his friends (the original directors) to sin; he immediately went to prosecute them in Federal Court with falsehood and blood libels. When Spritzer saw that the judge has caught on to his scheme and is going to make a verdict against him, Spritzer then runs to bankruptcy court, and in order to make claims, he ask of his friends and associates (local stores in our community and those he does business with) to fabricate bills of items that were already paid for or never bought to begin with. After Spritzer constructively puts the camp in bankruptcy he receives permission from the Court to buy the camp from the trustee.
Like the Satan (above) Spritzer makes the same claim “what do you want from me, I brought (and paid for) the camp from the trustee.
Spritzer is the Satan and Angle of death!