Bistrika v. Costco Wholesale Corporation
ORDER: Granting Motion to Dismiss 51 for failure to prosecute and for failure to follow a court order. See, formal Order. Signed on 4/18/2017 by Judge Ann L. Aiken. Notice of this Order was mailed to plaintiff, Lidia Bistrika. (rdr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF OREGON
LIDIA G. BISTRIK.A,
COSTCO WHOLESALE CORPORATION,
a private Washington corporation
licensed to do business in Oregon,
AIKEN, District Judge:
Pro se plaintiff, Lidia Bistrika, brings this action alleging race and national ongm
discrimination and disability discrimination as well as a host of other related state and federal claim.
After numerous delays related to state court criminal proceedings and appeals, defendant's
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long-pending motion to dismiss became ripe for a decision. Plaintiff had yet to respond to the
motion and, on February 13, 2017, the court ordered plaintiff to file the response by March 15, 2017.
Plaintiff failed to respond and, onMarch28, 2017, the court ordered plaintiffto show cause, by April
11, 2017, why the motion to dismiss should not be granted and warned plaintiff that a failure to
respond would result in dismissal of this action. To date, plaintiff has not responded. Accordingly,
this action is dismissed for the reasons stated in defendant's motion to dismiss (#51 ), for failure to
prosecute and for failure to follow a court order.
Defendant's motion to dismiss (#51) is granted and this action is dismissed.
United States District Judge
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