Okolie v. City of Seattle et al
MINUTE ORDER re: Plaintiff's 27 Memo. The Court does not interpret Plaintiff's Memo as a motion. Plaintiff's filing appears related to discovery and does not clearly request any relief from the Court. The Memo appears to indicate that a motion to compel is forthcoming. The Court is unclear as to the intent or utility of the filing, does not treat it as a motion, and will disregard it. Authorized by Judge Ricardo S. Martinez. (PM) cc: Plaintiff via first class mail
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
Case No. C17-1531RSM
CITY OF SEATTLE, et al.,
The following MINUTE ORDER is made by direction of the Court, the Honorable
Ricardo S. Martinez, Chief United States District Judge:
On August 18, 2018, Plaintiff filed a Memo to the Defendants. Dkt. #27. The Memo
included the following:
- ***NB***I MUBT FILE A MOTION WITH THE COURT IN A COUPLE
DAYS/WKS TOCOMPEL THE DEFENDANTS TO RESPOND
INDIVIDUALLY TO MY MY MOTION OF 6/29/18 as demanded for the
discovery as a probable preamble to depositions in the discovery process which
should not be one sided.
I must also request the court to intervenene in the consistent use ofscandalousfalsehoods ,false documentation . evading of discovery process, apparent fakes,
Dkt. #27 at 2. The filing was not noted for the Court’s consideration as a motion and its intended
purpose was unclear.
MINUTE ORDER – 1
On September 4, 2018, Defendant City of Seattle responded to Plaintiff’s Memo (Dkt.
#28) and indicated that “[w]hile difficult to ascertain its intent, Plaintiff’s memo, which includes
a new allegation, appears to operate as an attempt by Plaintiff to amend his Complaint.” Dkt.
#28 at 1. Defendant requests that to the extent the Memo is a motion, it should be denied. Id.
The Court does not interpret Plaintiff’s Memo as a motion. Plaintiff’s filing appears
related to discovery and does not clearly request any relief from the Court. The Memo appears
to indicate that a motion to compel is forthcoming. The Court is unclear as to the intent or utility
of the filing, does not treat it as a motion, and will disregard it.
The Court directs the Clerk to mail a copy of this Minute Order to Plaintiff at 435 Martin
Luther King Jr. Way South, Seattle, WA 98144.
DATED this 6th day of September 2018.
WILLIAM McCOOL, Clerk
By: /s/ Paula McNabb
MINUTE ORDER – 2
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