Cain-Baarbe et al v. The Syrian Arab Republic
ORDER granting 131 Motion for Reconsideration. Signed by District Judge Terrence W. Boyle on 11/9/2023. Counsel should read the order in its entirety for information. (Stouch, L.)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF NORTH CAROLINA
CAMERON CAIN-BAARBE, individually
and as the representative of the EST ATE OF
ALEXANDER PINCZOWSKI, et al.
THE SYRIAN ARAB REPUBLIC,
This matter is before the Court on the Motion to Reconsider [DE- 13 1] filed by plaintiffs.
Therein, plaintiffs request the court to revise its August 16, 2023 Order [DE-130] granting
plaintiffs' request that the clerk dispatch for mailing a copy of the default judgment to defendant
pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1608(a(3). In that Order, the Court directed plaintiffs to mail or handdeliver specified items to the clerk so that the clerk could dispatch a copy of the default
judgment via DHL international shipping.
Plaintiffs state that DHL is no longer delivering mail to Syria and request that Court enter
an order directing service of the default judgment on defendant via certified or registered mail,
return receipt requested. For good cause shown, the motion [DE-131] is GRANTED, and the
clerk is directed to dispatch the documents required by § 1608(a)(3) to the head of the ministry
of foreign affairs of the Syrian Arab Republic. To effectuate this, plaintiffs are directed to deliver
to the clerk the following:
(1) one copy of the filed default judgment [DE-128] ;
(2) a translation of the default judgment into the official language of the Syrian Arab
(3) the appropriate United States Postal Service ("USPS") mailing/shipping labels for
international mailing, return receipt requested, addressed to defendant, in the manner
preferred by the USPS , with the case number on the label and the clerk' s office
address for the return receipt:
United States District Court for the Eastern District of North Carolin
P.O. Box 25670
Raleigh, NC 27611 ; and
(4) any additional documents required by the USPS for international mailing to Syria.
Upon receipt of the documents, the clerk will confirm that the required documents are included
and that the clerk's office address is listed as "From" or "Sender" on the international registered
mail/shipment label, the clerk will seal the envelope and hand it to the representative of
plaintiffs, who must take the envelope to a U.S. Post Office for mailing. Plaintiffs shall then file
an affidavit attesting to the delivery of the envelope to USPS for mailing and attach the USPS
SO ORDERED, this the _!?/_day of November, 2023.
Chief United States District Judge
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