Montez, et al v. Romer, et al

Filing 4386

ORDER of Special Master. 4366 Letter filed by Jay H. Bailey (Claim No. 03-344) is accepted for filing. No further action will be taken on letter until the jurisdictional issue is resolved by Judge Kane, by Special Master Richard M. Borchers on 3/19/10. (gmssl, )

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO Civil Action No. 92-CV-870-JLK JESSE MONTEZ, et al. Plaintiffs, -vs.BILL RITTER, et al. Defendants. ______________________________________________________________________________ Claim Number 03-344 Category III Claimant: Jay H. Bailey, #103284 Address of Claimant: FLCF, P.O. Box 1000, Ft. Lyon, CO 81038-1000 ______________________________________________________________________________ ORDER OF SPECIAL MASTER ______________________________________________________________________________ THIS MATTER comes before the Special Master on the documents filed by Claimant Jay H. Bailey (#4366). Claimant previously has been advised of the jurisdictional issue that presently exists. Judge Kane has indicated in recent orders on other claims that this issue will not be resolved until after the compliance hearing. The compliance hearing is scheduled to commence on June 7, 2010 and is expected to last for four weeks. Judge Kane has advised both sides that the issue of additional pro se claims or motions being filed will be resolved as part of the compliance process. Until Judge Kane rules, nothing further can be done on the documents that Claimant has submitted. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that the documents filed by Claimant Jay H. Bailey will be accepted for filing; and IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that no further action can be taken on Claimant's letter until the jurisdictional issue is resolved by Judge Kane. SIGNED this 19th day of March, 2010. BY THE COURT: /s/ Richard M. Borchers ______________________________________ Richard M. Borchers Special Master 2

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