I assume that creditors have placed the station into involuntary bankruptcy.
If the bankruptcy court now controls the assets, then a motion for relief from the order will either succeed based on your evidence, or not. There's no need to file for an injunction.
If you lose your motion, you may have to file an adversary complaint to prove that whatever the creditors claim is false, and thereby obtain damages against the creditors for the wrongful bankruptcy filing.
But, I don't see any facts that suggest an injunction is called for -- though I'm sure that this is just the tip of the iceberg in this story.
Hope this helps.
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