Stine v. Wiley et al
MINUTE ORDER. ORDERED that Stine's motions [ECF Nos. 213 & 215] are STRICKEN from the record. ORDERED that the Clerk's Office SHALL NOT ACCEPT any future filings from plaintiff, Mikeal Stine, in this action by Judge Wiley Y. Daniel on 12/11/13.(jjhsl, )
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Civil Action No. 06-cv-02105-WYD-KLM
R. WILEY, Warden, ADX, Florence, CO;
MS. KRIST, SIA ADX, Florence, CO; and,
MR. J.T. SHARTLE, Associate Warden, ADX,
ORDER ENTERED BY SENIOR JUDGE WILEY Y. DANIEL
THIS MATTER is before the Court on plaintiff, Mikeal Stine’s, Verified Motion To
Reopen Case Pursuant To Rule 60(b) Fed. R. Civ. P. / Request Expedited
Consideration And Evidentiary Hearing [ECF No. 213] and Verified Emergency Motion
For TRO / And Or Preliminary Injunction / Evidentiary Hearing Requested Due To
Imminent Danger [ECF No. 215].
On August 10, 2010, Magistrate Judge Mix issued a Recommendation [ECF No.
203] regarding Stine’s previous Motion To Reopen [ECF No. 198]. Magistrate Judge
Mix recommended that the motion be denied. On September 1, 2010, I issued an Order
[ECF No. 211] in which I affirmed and adopted the Recommendation [ECF No. 203]. In
that same Order [ECF No. 211], I struck from the record seven documents filed by Stine
and stated that “the clerk’s office is DIRECTED to NOT accept any further filings in this
case consistent with the Court’s prior Orders [ECF No[s.] 177, 185, & 190].” ECF No.
211, p. 3. Thus, on four previous occasions, I ordered Stine not to file any further
documents or motions in this action. Pursuant to my directive in the four previous
Orders [ECF Nos. 177, 185, 190, & 211], it is
ORDERED that Stine’s motions [ECF Nos. 213 & 215] are STRICKEN from the
record. It is
FURTHER ORDERED that the Clerk’s Office SHALL NOT ACCEPT any future
filings from plaintiff, Mikeal Stine, in this action.
Dated: December 11, 2013.
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