Riches v. Jewish Mossad et al

Filing 2

ORDER - Filing Fee Omitted. Either the filing fee or a motion to proceed IFP must be submitted within 60 days. If IFP status sought the court needs: IFP motion, financial declaration and certificate of custodial institution. Signed by Clerk James R. Starr.Notice of Compliance Deadline set for 9/16/2007. Order, Blank IFP Motion, Financial and Certificate of Custodial Institution mailed to MR. Riches. (cmp)

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Riches v. Jewish Mossad et al Doc. 2 Case 1:07-fp-00212 Document 2 Filed 07/18/2007 Page 1 of 1 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT DISTRICT OF NEW HAMPSHIRE Jonathan Lee Riches #40948-018 FCI Williamsburg PO Box 340 Salters, SC 29590 July 18, 2007 ORDER - FILING FEE OMITTED In re: File No. 1:07-fp-212, Jonathan Lee Riches v. Jewish Mossad et al The above-captioned action was received by the Court on 7/16/07, but items necessary to docket the case were not included. Either the filing fee or a motion to proceed in forma pauperis must be submitted to the court by 9/16/07. Filing Fee. Filing fee in the amount of $350, may be in cash, certified bank check or money order (made payable to Clerk, U.S. District Court), or by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, Diners Club, or American Express). The court does not accept personal checks. -ORIn Forma Pauperis. If in forma pauperis status is sought: Motion to Proceed In Forma Pauperis (USDCNH-13 or substantially similar filing) Financial Declaration (USDCNH-15 or substantially similar filing) Certificate of Custodial Institution (USDCNH-14 or substantially similar filing) completed by an official at the institution This action will not be considered a civil case or any action taken until the appropriate fee has been received or in forma pauperis status has been granted. By the Court, /s/ James R. Starr James R. Starr Clerk JRS/cmp

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