Henry v. United States of America
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|October 25, 2011
ORDER and REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that Plaintiff must pay a sanction of $1,500.00 within fifteen (15) days of entry of this Order and Reasons. The sanction shall be made payable to Clerk of Court, United States District Court for the Eastern Dis trict of Louisiana. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, unless expressly allowed by the Court, on good cause shown, Plaintiff is BARRED from filing any documents into the district court record of this action, except a notice of appeal relative to this Order and Reasons only, or otherwise submitting any complaint urging relief in this court, or any other pleading or motion of any sort, until this sanction is paid in full as stated within document. (NEF: Pro Se). Signed by Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt on 10/25/2011.(cab) Modified on 10/25/2011 to edit document type (cab).
|September 21, 2011
ORDER and REASONS - IT IS ORDERED that the Government's motion is GRANTED to the extent that Plaintiff's claims are DISMISSED pursuant to Rule 12(b)(1) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure. Similarly, to the extent that Plaintiff's opposition memorandum 10 purports to also be a motion for summary judgment, IT IS ORDERED that the motion is DENIED. Further, having carefully considered the parties' submissions, the Court finds that Plaintiff's motions seeking sanction s are without merit. Thus, IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that the motions 9 , 16 , and 17 are DENIED. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that, within fifteen (15) days of the entry of this Order and Reasons, Plaintiff must explain, in writing, why a monetary sanctio n of $1500.00 should not be imposed against him for this conduct. IT IS FINALLY ORDERED that Plaintiff shall not file any additional motions in this action, or otherwise submit a complaint urging relief in this court, without first seeking leav e of court to do so and certifying, in writing, that the proposed submission is not repetitive or duplicative and does not contain any inappropriate, irrelevant, malicious, and/or insulting comments. Failure to comply with this order may result in fi lings being stricken from the record and/or the imposition of significant financial and/or other sanctions, including payment of excess costs, expenses, and any attorney's fees under 28 U.S.C. 1927 as stated within document. Signed by Judge Kurt D. Engelhardt on 9/20/2011. (NEF: Pro Se) (cab)
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