Walsh v. United States House of Representatives
||John R. Walsh, III
||United States House of Representatives
||March 20, 2017
||US District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania
||Martin C. Carlson
||Malachy E Mannion
|Nature of Suit:
||Other Civil Rights
|Cause of Action:
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|June 13, 2017
ORDER Adopting 11 REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS re 1 Complaint filed by John R. Walsh, III Clerk shall refer any future claim which Walsh files to the assigned Judge for pre-acceptance review. (See order for details). ORDER DISMISSING CASE. Signed by Honorable Malachy E Mannion on 6/13/17. (bs)
|April 11, 2017
ORDER (memorandum filed previously as separate docket entry) the report of Judge Carlson, (Doc. 4), is ADOPTED IN ITS ENTIRETY. Walshs objections, (Doc.5), are OVERRULED. Walshs complaint, (Doc.1), is DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE.The court makes a referr al to Judge Carlson to conduct show cause proceedings, affording Walsh notice and an opportunity to be heard, and to issue a Report and Recommendation as to whether the court should issue a pre-filing injunction against Walsh under 28 U.S.C. §16 51(a),enjoining Walsh from filing any new civil action, motions, papers, or requests for relief in any civil actions in the Middle District of Pennsylvania without seeking and obtaining a court order allowing his filing.re 4 re 1 ORDER REFERRING CASE to Magistrate Judge Martin C. Carlson; Signed by Honorable Malachy E Mannion on 4/11/17. (bs)
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