Khazali v. King County Court of the Washington State

Filing 18

ORDER denying plaintiff's 15 Motion filed on 7/13/17 signed by Chief Judge Ricardo S Martinez.(RS) cc plaintiff

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  1 2 3 4 5 6 UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON AT SEATTLE 7 8 9 10 MASOUD KHAZALI, 11 Plaintiff, 12 13 14 15 16 Case No. C16-1021JLR ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FILED ON JULY 13, 2017 v. KING COUNTY COURT OF WASHINGTON STATE, Defendant. This matter comes before the Court on Plaintiff Masoud Khazali’s “Motion, Time and 17 18 Space.” Dkt. #15. This Motion was filed on July 13, 2017, nearly a year since the previous 19 filings, the Order and Judgment dismissing this case with prejudice. See Docket. This instant 20 Motion was referred to the undersigned judge via Order dated July 27, 2017. Dkt. #17. 21 22 23 24 On its face, this Motion does not cite to any rule or law, nor does it clearly state what relief it requests from the Court. See Dkt. #15. Mr. Khazali begins by stating, as if by epigraph, “Not allowed into Your Space… To appeal the case…” Id. at 1. In the body of his 25 Motion, Mr. Khazali says that he “was not allowed into Your Space to file the motion on time,” 26 but does not identify the motion to which he refers. Id. at 1. Mr. Khazali states that he was in a 27 coma, “was made not to hold an ID,” and apparently could not enter the courthouse at some 28 ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FILED ON JULY 13, 2017- 1   1 2 time because he lacked identification. Id. Mr. Khazali, speaking to the Court, states “[y]ou made me be lost in Time.” Id. 3 Plaintiff includes the following attachments to his Motion: “The Kidnap Loving State,” 4 which provides a sort of history of slavery in the United States; “The State of the Claim,” 5 6 7 which provides some procedural background, “Life: the Live Connection through Space,” which engages in a metaphysical discussion of “invisible energy” and “hidden life in light;” 8 “The Immune Executioner,” which discusses injury to the Plaintiff, including Plaintiff “los[ing] 9 his mind,” caused by the separation of Plaintiff from his child; “Prevention of Abuse,” broadly 10 11 12 discussing his case; “Valuing Property over Humanity,” which accuses the Court of continuing historic practices of slavery; and “The Masters’ Court,” which accuses the Honorable James L. 13 Robart, United States District Judge, of supporting terrorism, child abuse, slavery, and gender 14 and racial inequality because of Judge Robart’s vague associations with the nation’s first 15 president George Washington. See id. at 2-14. 16 The Court is not required to guess, without any reasonable basis, what relief a plaintiff 17 18 is requesting in a Motion such as this. If Mr. Khazali is requesting relief from some deadline 19 by stating reasons why he was unable to file a document at an earlier time, the Court finds that 20 he has failed to present sufficient evidence of good cause for granting relief as to any prior 21 filing. Pursuant to this Court’s Local Rules, “[a] motion for relief from a deadline should, 22 23 24 whenever possible, be filed sufficiently in advance of the deadline to allow the court to rule on the motion prior to the deadline.” LCR 7(j). “Parties should not assume that the motion will be 25 granted and must comply with the existing deadline unless the court orders otherwise.” Id. Mr. 26 Khazali has presented no reasonable basis for interpreting this Motion as requesting any other 27 relief, or under any other rule or law. 28 ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FILED ON JULY 13, 2017- 2   1 Having reviewed the relevant briefing and the remainder of the record, the Court hereby 2 finds and ORDERS that Plaintiff’s Motion filed on July 13, 2017, is DENIED. Plaintiff is not 3 granted relief from any deadline. The Clerk shall send a copy of this Order to Plaintiff at 4 14324 32ND AVE NE, APT D, SEATTLE, WA 98125. 5 6 7 8 9 10 DATED this 31 day of July, 2017. A RICARDO S. MARTINEZ CHIEF UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ORDER DENYING PLAINTIFF’S MOTION FILED ON JULY 13, 2017- 3

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