IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS EASTERN DIVISION
July 27, 2012
KIRSHA BROWN-YOUNGER, PLAINTIFF,
LULU.COM, ET AL., DEFENDANTS.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Milton I. Shadur Senior United States District Judge
SUPPLEMENT TO MEMORANDUM ORDER
This Court's July 25, 2012 memorandum order ("Order") dismissed this action by pro se plaintiff Kirsha Brown-Younger ("Brown-Younger"). This supplement addresses two matters, one substantive and the other procedural, that were omitted from the Order through oversight:
1. As for substance, the more expansive July 3, 2012 memorandum opinion and order on which the Order relied had also ordered Brown-Younger "to file an appropriate retraction and withdrawal" of the false personal charge that she had launched with the ARDC against Amazon's counsel and to deliver a copy of that retraction and withdrawal "to this Court's chambers solely for informational purposes (not for filing)." Brown-Younger has not done that, nor has she even attempted to voice some arguable justification for having made the ARDC charge to begin with. That total noncompliance with a direct court order is another manifestation of Brown-Younger's disrespect for the law that ultimately led to the dismissal of her lawsuit.*fn1
2. As for the procedural matter referred to earlier, a review of the docket reflects that Dkt. 75, a motion by defendant Barnes & Noble, is still shown as an open item. In light of the action's dismissal, that motion is denied on mootness grounds.