JOHN THE METHODIST AS REV. JOHN LEE MORRIS, SR. v. THE PEOPLE OF THE STATE OF NC et al
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|May 9, 2013
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER signed by JUDGE THOMAS D. SCHROEDER on 5/9/2013, that the motions to dismiss filed by the Federal Defendants (Docs. 16 & 20 ) are GRANTED and Plaintiff's claims against all Federal Defendants are DISMISSED WITH PR EJUDICE; the motion to dismiss filed by the State Defendants (Doc. 18 ) is GRANTED and Plaintiff's claims against the State Defendants are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE; the motion to dismiss filed by the County of Durham (Doc. 12 ) is GRANTED and Plaintiff's claims against the County of Durham are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE; further that in order to protect the court, the named Defendants, and any potential defendants from the harassment of frivolous and vexatious litigation, Defendants 39; motion for a pre-filing injunction (Docs. 28 , 30 ) is GRANTED, and the court issues the following injunction: the court ENJOINS Plaintiff, and anyone acting on his behalf, from filing any lawsuit, motion, or related proceeding that is related, directly or indirectly, to the matters serving as the basis of this lawsuit or any of Plaintiff's past lawsuits filed in this court that were dismissed as frivolous, in any state or federal court, without leave of this court. Leave of this cour t shall be granted only upon Plaintiff's demonstration, through a proper motion, that the proposed filing: (1) can survive a challenge under Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 12; (2) does not repeat a prior action or violate a court order; and (3) complies with Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 11. The court ORDERS Plaintiff to attach a copy of this Memorandum Opinion and Order and Injunction to any such motion for leave of court. (Israel, Lisa)
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