Snyder v. Phelps et al

Filing 247

LETTER ORDER CONFIRMING Telephone Conference held re Motions Hearing Scheduled for 3/6/08. Signed by Judge Richard D Bennett on 2/21/08. (c/m)(eg, Deputy Clerk) Modified on 2/21/2008 (eg, Deputy Clerk).

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Snyder v. Phelps et al Doc. 247 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF MARYLAND Chambers of Richard D. Bennett United States District Judge Northern Division U.S.Courthouse - Chambers 5D 101 W. Lombard Street Baltimore, MD 21201 Tel: 410-962-3190 Fax: 410-962-3177 February 21, 2008 LETTER ORDER TO COUNSEL OF RECORD Re: Dear Counsel: This letter confirms the telephone conference held today on the record. A motions hearing has been scheduled for March 6, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. regarding the pending Motions to Stay (Papers No. 212 & 214). All Defendants should bring to the hearing: A certified financial statement prepared by an independent accountant (i.e., not related to or affiliated with any of the parties) reflecting all assets and liabilities; Bank statements reflecting the Defendants' account information and balances; Copies of deeds for all real estate in which the parties have an ownership interest, as well as documentation of any liens (i.e., mortgages) on the property. Snyder v. Phelps, et al. Civil No. RDB 06-1389 In addition, on behalf of Westboro Baptist Church, Inc., Mr. Katz must bring a list of the names and identities of all shareholders in that corporation. The individual Defendants Fred W. Phelps, Sr., Shirley L. Phelps-Roper, and Rebekah A. Phelps-Davis must provide copies of their personal tax returns for the last five years. Although informal in format, this letter nonetheless constitutes an Order of Court and the Clerk is directed to docket it as such. Sincerely, /s/ Richard D. Bennett United States District Judge RDB/emz cc Shirley Phelps-Roper Rebekah Phelps-Davis

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