United States District Court, N.D. Illinois, Eastern Division
October 5, 2004.
Versuslaw JONES, Plaintiff,
MARIAM HARRISON, Defendant.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: JAMES MORAN, Senior District Judge
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER
Plaintiff Lois Jones entitles her most recent motion to
reconsider our decision denying her petition to proceed in forma
pauperis, her "Final Motion to Reconsider." One can only hope.
The record reveals plaintiff's penchant for filing motions to
reconsider and motions to vacate. This motion, plaintiff's fourth
attempt to vacate our ruling, incorrectly identifies the case
number as "03C7330." In fact, that is the number for another case
brought by plaintiff, which is before Judge Guzman. On the same
day that we denied plaintiff's last motion for reconsideration in
this case, Judge Guzman also denied a motion for reconsideration
filed by plaintiff in that case. In his minute order denying
plaintiff's motion, Judge Guzman cautioned plaintiff that any
further motions to reconsider would be summarily denied. As we
have sufficiently explained the basis for our decision in our
previous opinions, see Memorandum Opinion and Orders dated May
13, 2004, May 27, 2004, August 6, 2004, and September 16, 2004,
and plaintiff again failing to state any basis for
reconsideration, see Bordelon v. Chicago School Reform Board
of Trustees, 233 F.3d 524, 529 (7th Cir. 2000), we once more
deny her motion and alert her that any such future motions will
be summarily denied. CONCLUSION
Plaintiff's motion to reconsider is denied.
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