Juste v. Embassy of Haiti et al

Filing 10

MEMORANDUM OPINION. SEE OPINION for complete details. Signed by District Judge M. Hannah Lauck on 06/22/2017. Copy mailed to Plaintiff.(ccol, )

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AXI A A o jL/lox 1 - FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF VIRGINIA Richmond Division P L E JUM 2 2 2017 ANDRE JUSTE, CLERK. U.S. DiSiRiCT COURT Plaintiff, RICHMOND, VA V- Civil Action No. 3:16CV904 EMBASSY OF HAITI, et al., Defendants. MEMORANDUM OPINION Plaintiff, a federal detainee proceeding pro se and informa pauperis, filed this civil rights action. Courts must liberally construe pro se civil rights complaints in order to address constitutional deprivations. Gordon v. Leeke, 574 F.2d 1147, 1151 (4th Cir. 1978). Nevertheless, "[pjrinciples requiring generous construction ofpro se complaints are not... without limits." Beaudett v. City ofHampton, 775 F.2d 1274,1278 (4th Cir. 1985). Plaintiffs current allegations fail to provide each defendant with fair notice of the facts and legal basis upon which his or her liability rests. See Bell All. Corp. v. Twombly, 550 U.S. 544, 555 (2007) (quoting Conley v. Gibson, 355 U.S. 41,47 (1957)). Accordingly, by Memorandum Order entered on June 1,2017, the Court directed Plaintiff to submit a particularized complaint within fourteen (14) days of the date of entry thereof The Court warned Plaintiffthat the failure to submit the particularized complaint would result in the dismissal of the action. More than fourteen (14) days have elapsed since the entry of the June 1, 2017 Memorandum Order. Plaintiff failed to submit aparticularized complaint or otherwise respond to the June 1, 2017 Memorandum Order. Accordingly, the action will be DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. An appropriate order will accompany this Memorandum Opinion. M. Hannah Lau([ D JUM 2 2 2017 Richmond, Virginia United States District Judge

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