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SNULLIGAN v. SELECTOR ATTORNEY GENERAL

United States District Court, N.D. Illinois


February 5, 2004.

KEVIN SNULLIGAN #10587-424, Plaintiff
v.
SELECTOR ATTORNEY GENERAL, etc., et. al., Defendants

The opinion of the court was delivered by: MILTON SHADUR, Senior District Judge

MEMORANDUM ORDER

After the issuance of no less than four orders by this Court during the month of January explaining in careful detail why the self-prepared Complaint filed by Kevin Snulligan ("Snulligan") could not be maintained as a viable Bivens action, Snulligan submitted a half-inch-thick motion for reconsideration. This Court's January 29 memorandum order "not only denies his present motion but also advises him that no further filings will be accepted without prior leave of this Court."

Now this Court has received still another Snulligan filing, this one seeking leave to amend his bulky motion for reconsideration (unfortunately, though it had been received in the Clerk's Office January 28 — before this Court's January 29 order — it took a few days to be delivered to this Court's chambers because of docketing requirements). That motion too is denied, and because Snulligan must by now have received the January 29 order (as he had not when he prepared and submitted the most recent filing), this Court will repeat the January 29 Page 2 message — NO MORE! Page 1

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