McLaughlin v. Attorney General, Department of Justice
ORDER granting 106 Motion to Strike documents attached to Plaintiff's notice of filing unredacted opposition, documents, and exhibits under seal; and granting Defendant's motion to file Plaintiff's response with agent's names redacted. Signed by Magistrate Judge Thomas B. Smith on 2/27/2014. (Smith, Thomas)
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
LORI D. MCLAUGHLIN,
Case No: 6:12-cv-1168-Orl-28TBS
ATTORNEY GENERAL, DEPARTMENT
Pending before the Court is Defendant’s Opposed Motion to Strike Documents
Attached to Plaintiff’s Notice of Filing Unredacted Opposition, Documents, and Exhibits
under Seal and Motion to File Plaintiff’s Response with Agent Names Redacted. (Doc.
106). On January 6, 2014, the Court observed that Plaintiff had failed to file a response
within the time allowed and entered an order granting Defendant’s motions. (Doc. 107).
On January 14, 2014, Plaintiff filed a motion for reconsideration, stating that she “did not
receive the Defendant’s motion[s] until 12:26 p.m., on January 6, 2014.” (Doc. 109). The
Court granted Plaintiff’s motion for reconsideration, withdrew its order at docket entry 107,
and gave Plaintiff until February 4, 2014 to respond to Defendant’s motions. (Doc. 112).
Plaintiff has failed to respond and the time to do so has expired. Therefore, upon due
consideration, it is ORDERED that:
1. Defendant’s motions (Doc. 106) are GRANTED.
2. The additional documents attached to Plaintiff’s Response are STRICKEN;
3. The clerk is directed to REMOVE the additional documents from the docket.
4. The Court will accept the redacted version of the Response that obscures the
names of the ATF agents (Doc. 108) as Plaintiff’s objection to the Report and
Recommendation issued by the Court on November 27, 2013 (Doc. 101).
5. The Clerk is directed to REMOVE the original Response from the docket.
DONE and ORDERED in Orlando, Florida on February 27, 2014.
Copies furnished to:
Counsel of Record
Pro se Plaintiff
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