IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS EASTERN DIVISION
September 12, 2012
SHARON ALICIA BURKE ANZALDI, PLAINTIFF,
RACHEL MARIE CANNON, ET AL., DEFENDANTS.*FN1
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Milton I. Shadur Senior United States District Judge
Unsuccessful in her effort to wreak vengeance against judicial officers and the prosecutor who are involved in the federal criminal case against her -- an effort that is clearly in retaliation for their performance of their assigned roles in her prosecution on those criminal charges --Sharon Alicia Burke Anzaldi ("Anzaldi") has now turned (perhaps predictably) to launching ad hominem attacks against this Court for doing its job in addressing her groundless Complaint filed against those federal targets. Because Anzaldi's September 7 filing has permitted more than Fed. R. Civ. P. ("Rule") 59(e)'s nonextendable 28 day time limit to elapse following this Court's August 7, 2012 dismissal of her action, that Rule is unavailable to her -- and she has shown no basis for relief under Rule 60(b).
This Court will not retaliate in kind against the base canards contained in Anzaldi's current "Motion To Void Judgment/Memorandum For Violations of Civil Rights, Due Process of Law and Malicious Conduct Unbecoming a Federal Judge," even by cataloging the outright falsehoods included in her statement.*fn2 Instead, because the bulk of Anzaldi's current filing reconfirms the bizarre world in which she seems to function, and because this Court's dismissal order was entirely appropriate, her current motion is denied.