Orly submitted 30 exhibits and a poorly argued brief and the Judge is not fooling around. She considers the case closed and advises her to file a new complaint (and pay for it).
ROTFL… Orly is lucky to have gotten away without sanctions this time… Oh how I hope she will file another case…
With Orly, you can always be sure of another failure…
ORDER DISMISSING ACTION
On December 20, 2013, Plaintiff Orly Taitz, Esq., proceeding pro se, initiated this action. Taitz sued Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary, seeking an emergency injunction with respect to the cremation of Loretta Fuddy.
On December 23, 2013, the court issued an Order to Show Cause Why Action Should Not Be Dismissed.
On January 9, 2013, Taitz withdrew her petition seeking an emergency stay of the cremation. Given that withdrawal, there are no issues remaining for adjudication in this case. The court therefore dismisses the action.
To the extent Taitz may be seeking in her filing of January 9, 2013, to change the claims in this action to assert new claims against a different defendant, those claims may be the subject of a different action. Those “claims” are unrelated to the Order to Show Cause and do not demonstrate Taitz’s standing to assert any claim against Hawaiian Memorial Park Mortuary. Of course, if Taitz desires to pursue claims against a different defendant, she may file a new case by submitting a complaint along with a new filing fee.
IT IS SO ORDERED.
DATED: Honolulu, Hawaii, January 10, 2014.
/s/ Susan Oki Mollway
Susan Oki Mollway
Chief United States District Judge