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Tommie H. Telfair v. Karen P. Tandy

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF NEW JERSEY


July 28, 2011

TOMMIE H. TELFAIR, PLAINTIFF,
v.
KAREN P. TANDY, ET AL. DEFENDANTS.

The opinion of the court was delivered by: William J. Martini, United States District Judge

MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER

This matter comes before the Court upon Plaintiff's filing of a submission docketed in this action as Docket Entry No. 76, and it appearing that:

1. Plaintiff's litigations in this District and before the Court of Appeals, the events that gave rise to those proceedings, as well as pertinent information with regard to criminal proceedings against a certain Catrina R. Gatling ("Gatling"), Plaintiff's former girlfriend to whom Plaintiff puzzlingly refers to as an "associated plaintiff" or "associated aggrieved," have been already detailed by this Court in its opinion ("June Opinion") docketed in this matter as Docket Entry No. 73, and were elaborated, in even greater detail, in the opinion ("Telfair-GEB Opinion") issued in Telfair et al. v. Office of the U.S. Attorney, Civ. Action No. 10-2958 (GEB) (D.N.J.), and docketed in that matter as docket entry no. 7. Granted the magnitude of the information provided in Telfair-GEB Opinion and this Court's June Opinion, another repeat of the same appears unwarranted, and it shall suffice to state only that, while litigating just a five of matters in this District, Plaintiff deposited thousands of pages on the dockets of these proceedings, filling these pages with nearly incomprehensible lingo, creating documents unduly striving to pass as official forms, and systemically repeating and re-repeating the very same voluminous filings. See generally, June Opinion and Telfair-GEB Opinion (discussing Plaintiff's litigation practices).

2. For the purposes of the case at bar, this Court's order ("June Order"), issued in conjunction with this Court's June Opinion: (a) continued stay of Plaintiff's claims that had been stayed previously; (b) dismissed some of the then-outstanding claims with prejudice; and (c) noted two lines of claims that were subject to dismissal without prejudice. See Docket Entry No. 74. This Court, therefore, directed Plaintiff to submit an amended complaint with regard to the claims dismissed without prejudice. The June Opinion and June Order provided Plaintiff with a detail guidance as to the format of the amended complaint to be filed; in addition, the Court explained to Plaintiff the governing pleading standard and pertinent substantive tests. See generally, July Opinion.

3. This Court also took notice of the limited order of preclusion entered against Plaintiff in Telfair et al. v. Office of the U.S. Attorney, Civ. Action No. 10-2958 (GEB) (D.N.J.), and docketed in both Telfair et al. v. Office of the U.S. Attorney, Civ. Action No. 10-2958 (GEB) (D.N.J.), and the instant matter.*fn1 Since -- being served with a copy of Telfair-GEB Opinion -- Plaintiff was already notified of the precise terms of that limited preclusion order, this Court: (a) adopted that limited order of preclusion as the law of this case for the period of ninety days; and (b) pursuant to the holding of Hoffenberg v. Bumb, 2011 U.S. App. LEXIS 11741, at *14 (3d Cir. June 9, 2011), directed Plaintiff to show cause as to why the terms of this limited order of preclusion should be lifted or altered. See Hoffenberg, 2011 U.S. App. LEXIS 11741, at *14 (stating that "[t]he District Court here gave notice to [an abusive pro se litigant] that his failure to [file documents complying with procedural requirements] would result in 'sanctions.' But the District Court did not afford notice of the particular order that it intended to enter placing restrictions upon [the litigant's] right to file [future submissions]. As a result, [the litigant] did not have an opportunity to object [to the particular sanctions imposed] before the [preclusion] order was entered") (emphasis added). Moreover, this Court's June Opinion and June Order provided Plaintiff with detailed instructions as to the format and content of Plaintiff's written statement to be filed in response to the Court's order to show cause. See Docket Entries Nos. 73 and 74 (addressing the already-docketed Plaintiff's challenges to the preclusion order and specifying, inter alia, that Plaintiff's written statement shall not exceed ten pages, single-sided, double-spaced, that Plaintiff's objections shall be stated separately, clearly identifying which objections relate to the instant matter and which relate to Plaintiff's future civil actions, that Plaintiff shall not reiterate his objections based on Clerk's holiday schedule, Clerk's hours, incremental weather, Plaintiff's speculations about potential failures of this District's electronic filing system, and that Plaintiff's generic statements that he might lose the "momentum" of his actions or references to Gatling or to Gatling's child/children, or to Gatling's ability to commence suit shall be excluded from Plaintiff's written statement). The Court's June Opinion and June Order were issued and entered on June 23, 2011, hence giving Plaintiff until July 22 to file his amended complaint and his written statement in response to the Court's order to show cause.

4. On June 30, 2011, the Clerk received Plaintiff's submission at bar.*fn2 See Docket Entry No. 76. This submission includes:

a. A six-page document titled "NOTICE FOR EXTENSION OF TIME OR, IN THE ALTERNATIVE, REQUEST FOR CONTINUANCE IN WHICH TO FILE RESPONSE AND OBJECTIONS," reading, verbatim (and with footnotes replicated below), as follows:

To All Parties: PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Plaintiff hereby, moves before the US. District Court for leave, for an Extension of Time and/or Continuance inter alia pursuant to (Fed, R. Civ. P. 6(b) (1)). the undersign "move for leave" before the US. District Court(s) for the third circuit, requesting the Court to exercise its supervisory powers, to accept this particular pleading(s) in equity; in support of the Plaintiff Tommie H. Telfair, (Inter Alia) as a necessary corollary to assert Plaintiff's procedural and constitutional safeguard(s), and as a legally cognizable right resulting from manifest deprivation of right sustained during adjacent legal matter(s) requiring deviation from normal practices and procedures in the furtherance of justice. PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that [t]his foregoing moving matter(s) is in conjunction to "any additiona1 protest(s)" previously, or presently before the U.S. District Court(s) and/or U.S. Appellate Court(s), implying no adverse affects to any other enumerating moving matter(s), where this is the Plaintiff's implementation of diligence, with an aided attempt to maintain a record for the protection of the Plaintiff's constitutional and procedural rights, for verification, judicial review, or judicial enforcement. Relief Sought. I, Tommie H. Telfair, the undersigned hereby seeks an extension and/or continuance of 120 days, or until procedurally feasible, within which to litigate or otherwise respond to the foregoing matter(s). During this extension, Plaintiff wishes to reserve all of its rights, including the right to move to for Appellate Review, change of venue, and/or to object to the jurisdiction of the court. Grounds for Relief. The extension is needed to permit the Plaintiff time to complete its investigative research and litigation during parallel legal matter(s), or the accumulation of information needed to safeguard the Plaintiff's rights during [t]hese moving matter(s), based on the fact(s) that the Plaintiff lacks the legal training and is learning the law during the process of each stage in the hereafter litigation, and that the Plaintiff's legal process have been extremely scrutinized or sanctioned*fn3 without being given the option to make corrections where needed, disregarding the prevailing facts that litigation from pro se individuals is to be construed liberally.*fn4 The Plaintiff's request is supported by the declaration, and that the relief sought-after is a matter of extreme unique-necessity; no previous extension has been granted or applied for in this matter. Supporting Papers. This motion is made on these documents, and on the Supporting declaration establishing the facts set out in this document(s), and on all of the pleadings and papers already on file in this and other adjacent legal matter(s). See Attachments herewith. Dated: 6/28/2011 Respectfully Submitted, /s/ Tommie H. Telfair Suj Juris In Propria Persona. Extension of Time and/or Continuance is so Ordered. IT IS ORDERED that Tommie H. Telfair herein Plaintiff is granted an additional [number, e.g., 120] days, up to and including [date of extension and/or continuance*fn5 ], within which to answer ultimate penalty of dismissal (inter alia). Considerations of fair play may dictate that courts steer clear of harshest sanctions where failure to comply is due to mere oversight and/or form, especially that of a Pro-Se litigant, amounting to no more than simple inadvertencies. See> Fundamental Fairness Doctrine and the violations thereof

or otherwise litigate in this matter(s). During this period, all of the rights of the Plaintiff's are reserved, including all above-mentioned rights, and the right to litigate by filing a motion to Reopen, including motions to litigate regarding the grounds that this court lacks jurisdiction. Dated: 6/28/2011. Respectfully Submitted, /s/ Tommie H. Telfair Sui Juris In Propria Persona. DECLARATION IN LIEU OF CERTIFICATION I, the undersigned declare under penalty of perjury pursuant to 28 U.S.C. §1746 that---(1) I understand the foregoing to the best of my ability in support of underlying matter(s). (2) The statements made in these pleading(s) are true and correct to the best of my knowledge. (3) The foregoing have been submitted in ("Good Faith") and not for delay or harassment in conjunction to contemporaneously filed [Prayer(s) for Relief]. Dated this 28th, day of June, 2011 /s/ Tommie H. Telfair 35 Hackensack Avenue Kearny, NJ. 07032 Tommie a Teffair, Sui Juris In Propria Persona. CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE I hereby certify that on this 28th day of June 2011, I caused to be served by U.S. mail an original copy, and additional copies of the within Pleadings in the Underlying Matter(s) upon the U.S. District Court, office of the clerk, 50 Walnut Street Newark, NJ. 07102. Respectfully Submitted, /s/ Tommie H. Telfair, Sui Juris In Propria Persona Dated this 28th day of June, 2011 Docket Entry No. 76, at 1-5 (bolding removed; all footnotes included in the above given block quotation in original; all capitalization and lack thereof in original; all punctuation and lack thereof in original; italics and lack thereof in original; square and angled brackets, parenthetical marks and all other symbols in original); and

b. eight pages of attachments consisting of:

i. 2-page order of the Supreme Court of New Jersey ("SCNJ"), entered seemingly in regard to Plaintiff's application for certification in Plaintiff's state legal malpractice action against the defense counsel.*fn6 The order indicates that Plaintiff sought extension of time to move the SCNJ for certification and also sought in forma pauperis ("IFP") status. The order states that Plaintiff was given until July 15, 2011, to file his application for certification, while Plaintiff's IFP application was granted in part and denied in part;*fn7

ii. Plaintiff's 2-page letter, addressed to the "Super Court of New Jersey," requesting pre-printed forms to file application for certification and expressing Plaintiff's displeasure with lack of assistance in his litigation endeavors;*fn8

iii. 1-page letter from the Clerk of the Court of Appeals informing Plaintiff that he may proceed IFP in Telfair et al. v. Office of US Attorney, USCA Civ. Action No. 10-4193 (3d Cir.);*fn9

iv. The first page of this Court's 30-page opinion issued in the instant matter on October 20, 2008 (docketed in this matter as Docket Entry No. 14);*fn10 and v. 2-page notice of electronic filing ("NEF") generated by the Clerk of this District upon entry of the June Order.*fn11

Docket Entry No. 76.

5. The submission at bar causes this Court great concern for a number of reasons. Specifically:

a. Plaintiff's statement asserting that the submission at hand includes a "pleading" is facially false. At most, the submission might qualify as an awkwardly paraphrased motion for extension of time to file Plaintiff's amended complaint; it does not, however, include any such amended complaint.

b. Plaintiff's assertion -- that he needs extension of time for "investigative research and litigation" of certain unspecified "parallel legal matter(s)" in order to submit his amended complaint in this action and/or his response to this Court's order to show cause --

appears halfhearted at best.*fn12 This Court's June Opinion extensively detailed to Plaintiff the pleading requirement, as clarified in Ashcroft v. Iqbal, 129 S. Ct. 1937 (2009), explaining to Plaintiff that all what he must plead is facts (i.e., the "who, what, when, where, and how") in support of his "no-named-defendant" claim that he was denied medical care and his "nowrongful-act-asserted" claims against officers Muhammad and Does. To assert such facts, Plaintiff needs no "investigative research and litigation" of any "parallel legal matter(s)": all he has to do is consult his memory and allege his bona fide recollections of the events underlying his claims. Analogously, Plaintiff's "investigative research and litigation" of "parallel legal matter(s)" have no relevance to Plaintiff's execution of his response to this Court's order to show cause. This is so because the limited order of preclusion entered against Plaintiff merely directed him to seek leave from this Court (with regard to unauthorized filings desired to be made in this matter) or from the Clerk of this District (in the event Plaintiff wished to commence, in the future, a non-emergent civil action, while proceeding pro se and IFP),*fn13 and neither the instant matter nor Plaintiff's future civil actions turn on -- or relate in any way to -- Plaintiff's "parallel legal matter(s)" currently pending.*fn14 In other words, all Plaintiff has to do to respond to this Court's order to show cause is to state why he would be prejudiced if, prior to making an unauthorized filing/commencing a non-emergent pro se, IFP suit, Plaintiff is required to file a one-page request to make such filings summarizing Plaintiff's facts clearly and concisely and averring that Plaintiff wishes to raise bona fide new challenges not duplicating his prior submissions.*fn15

c. Plaintiff's statement that "[d]uring this extension, Plaintiff wishes to reserve all of [his] rights, including the right to move to for [a]ppellate [r]review, change of venue, and/or to object to the jurisdiction of the court" cannot be intelligently deciphered by this Court. Specifically:

i. Plaintiff invoked this Court's jurisdiction by initiation of the instant matter. Therefore, Plaintiff has no basis "to object to the jurisdiction of the court." Simply put, if Plaintiff does not wish to have this Court to exercise jurisdiction over this matter, he need not "object" to anything: he may simply withdraw all his claims that were not, thus far, dismissed with prejudice, and such withdrawal would automatically end these proceedings. In other words, while this Court has been striving to ensure that Plaintiff has a meaningful opportunity to litigate his viable claims (that is, if any such claims are present), this Court has absolutely no personal or business interest (or any other agenda), pursuant to which the Court would seek to force Plaintiff into litigating this action if Plaintiff does not wish to do so;

ii. Plaintiff's suggested interest in change of venue is equally puzzling: indeed, it was Plaintiff himself -- rather than this Court -- who selected this District as the venue for the instant action at the time when Plaintiff commenced this suit. Moreover, since all Plaintiff's challenges stated in his original complaint were unambiguously based on the events that took place solely in New Jersey (and on the acts conducted by individuals residing and/or operating in New Jersey), this Court is not aware of any statutory provision that might warrant this Court's order transferring this matter to another venue; and

iii. Plaintiff's next point (suggesting that he might wish to appeal this Court's determinations to the Court of Appeals while enjoying this Court's extension of time to file his amended complaint) is a legal non sequitur. The Court's decisions, which Plaintiff is seemingly contemplating to appeal, were not, as far as this Court's intentions were concerned, a final determination resulting in withdrawal of this Court's jurisdiction over this matter: indeed, that is why this Court continued stay of Plaintiff's previously stayed claims and, in addition, dismissed two lines of Plaintiff's claims without prejudice to allow Plaintiff an opportunity to amend his pleadings. Therefore, for the purposes of the instant proceedings, Plaintiff's appellate application would be facially interlocutory. See Hill v. City of Scranton, 411 F.3d 118, 124 (3d Cir. 2005) (a district court order that does not resolve all of a petitioner's claims in a given action is generally not immediately appealable unless the court certifies the order as a final judgment pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 54(b)). That being said, it is indeed Plaintiff's right to decline the opportunity to replead his claims that were dismissed by this Court without prejudice and -- by the virtue of such election -- transform this Court's orders into a final determination ripe for the purposes of appeal. Cf. Atkinson v. Pa. Shipbuilding Co., 473 F.3d 506, 517 (3d Cir. 2007); see also Connecticut National Bank v. Fluor Corp., 808 F.2d 957 (2d Cir. 1987) (When a complaint is dismissed with the right to replead, a plaintiff may decline to replead, accept an adverse judgment dismissing the action, and on appeal from the judgment secure review of the ruling requiring repleading in light of the facts that were pled). However, Plaintiff cannot pursue an appeal from the Court's orders transformed, as a result of Plaintiff's own election, into a final determination, while simultaneously treating this matter as ongoing by obtaining extension of time to submit his amended pleadings and by filing Plaintiff's amended complaint. See Venen v. Sweet, 758 F.2d 117, 120 (3d Cir. 1985) ("filing of a notice of appeal is an event of jurisdictional significance, immediately conferring jurisdiction on a Court of Appeals and divesting a district court of its control over those aspects of the case involved in the appeal"). Simply put, Plaintiff cannot "hedge his bets" by pursuing both his appeal and this action at the same time while hoping to determine, at some point in the future, whether his continuous proceedings before this Court or his appeal from this Court's decisions would yield him a more beneficial result. Rather, Plaintiff is obligated to make an exclusive election by either continuing with this action or by proceeding with his appeal.

d. However, another set of considerations appears even more troubling than Plaintiff's above-discussed statements.

i. Specifically, the Court is concerned with Plaintiff's either uncontrollable inability or conscious unwillingness to comply with the judicial orders (and his refusal to accept judicial determinations) entered in his legal matters.*fn16

ii. In addition, this Court is gravely concerned with Plaintiff's inability or outright unwillingness to express his position in clear and simple English regardless of him being called to do so by this Court, Judge Brown and Judge Cavanaugh. Indeed, even a cursory examination of thousands of pages filed by Plaintiff in this District indicates his systemic unwillingness to resort to anything but an odd mix of misused legalese, butchered Latin terms and pointless generalities which -- in turn -- are garnished by irrelevant excerpts from legal digests and thickly peppered with misplaced square brackets, useless angled brackets, senselessly roaming quotation and parenthetical marks, flocks of alternative plurals in the form of the "(s)" composition which is glued, without rhyme or reason, to at least one noun in every second line he produces, and sporadic inserts of all other English language symbols.

e. This Court's mandate is limited to resolution of legal disputes; indeed, federal judges are not equipped to act as forensic psychologists distilling the root of mental impulses that might drive the parties' litigation practices. Cf. United States v. Kim, 313 F. Supp. 2d 295, 300 (S.D.N.Y. 2004) ("Conceding that the Court has no psychiatric expertise, the Court cannot possibly conclude [what] factors add up to a significantly reduced mental capacity [of the litigant]") (internal quotation marks omitted). However, it appears not implausible that Plaintiff, perhaps in response to a certain set of stimuli, developed a belief that the success of one's legal endeavors is directly proportionate to the one's ability to produce overly-voluminous submissions filled to the rim with legalese, Latin terminology and every possible mark, sign and symbol English language has to offer. If so, this Court strongly urges Plaintiff to revisit this belief since the judiciary -- including the judges in this Circuit, this District and this Court -- neither put form over substance nor are impressed by dense/voluminous submissions void of substantive heft. See, e.g., Figueroa v. JP Morgan Chase Bank, N.A., 2010 U.S. Dist. LEXIS 107918 (N.D. Ga. Oct. 7, 2010). Indeed, misused legalese, misplaced Latin terms, unwarranted excerpts from secondary sources and a mishmash of signs and symbols greatly detract from --rather than add to --- the value of any legal document. Simply put, a pro se litigant is neither expected nor could be penalized for submitting a short and clear statement reduced to plain and simple English: rather, such clear and pithy presentation makes the litigant's submissions highly impelling. Conversely, a pro se litigant consistently refusing to state his claims in plain and simple terms and submitting, instead, volumes and volumes of pointless/incomprehensible quasi-legal statements runs the risk of being deemed an abusive litigant requiring restrictions in order to protect the courts' operations. By now, Plaintiff had an opportunity to experience the same firsthand: a limited order of preclusion has been entered against him in light of the thousands of pages (presenting both incomprehensible and duplicative material) he deposited on this District's dockets in spite of Judge Brown, Judge Cavanaugh and this Court's clear directives to cease such practices. Now is Plaintiff's last opportunity to mend his ways: Plaintiff's failure to heed to this Court's good faith warning is likely to cause Plaintiff a conclusive adoption of the limited order of preclusion and even a potential amplification of the same in the future in the event Plaintiff persists at his current practices.

IT IS, therefore, on this day of , 2011,

ORDERED that the Clerk shall reopen this matter, for the purposes of this Court's examination of Plaintiff's submission docketed in this matter as Docket Entry No. 76, by making a new and separate entry on the docket reading "CIVIL CASE REOPENED"; and it is further

ORDERED that Plaintiff's submission docketed in this matter as Docket Entry No. 76 is construed as Plaintiff's motion seeking extension of time to file Plaintiff's amended complaint and Plaintiff's written statement in response to this Court's order to show cause why the terms of the limited preclusion order entered against Plaintiff shall be lifted or relaxed/altered with regard to the instant matter and with regard to Plaintiff's future non-emergent civil actions commenced in this District pro se and in forma pauperis; and it is further

ORDERED that Plaintiff's motion is granted to the extent that Plaintiff may submit his amended complaint no later that within thirty days from the date of entry of these Memorandum Opinion and Order. The format and content of such amended complaint should be in strict compliance with this Court's directives provided in the Court's opinion and order entered on June 23, 2011. Moreover, the Court urges Plaintiff, in the strongest terms, to reduce his statements to plain and simple English and to avoid usage of any language, terminology or writing style in which Plaintiff lacks fluency or complete understanding; and it is further

ORDERED that Plaintiff's motion is also granted to the extent that Plaintiff may submit his written statement in response to this Court's order to show cause no later that within thirty days from the date of entry of these Memorandum Opinion and Order. The format and content of such written statement should be in strict compliance with this Court's directives provided in the Court's opinion and order entered on June 23, 2011. Moreover, the Court urges Plaintiff, in the strongest terms, to reduce his statements to plain and simple English and to avoid usage of any language, terminology or writing style in which Plaintiff lacks fluency or complete understanding; and it is further

ORDERED that the limited preclusion order entered against

Plaintiff in Telfair et al. v. Office of the U.S. Attorney, Civ. Action No. 10-2958 (GEB) (D.N.J.), is adopted as the law of this case for the period of ninety days from the date of entry of these Memorandum Opinion and Order, subject to automatic continuance in the event Plaintiff fails to show cause as to why the terms of this limited preclusion order shall be lifted or altered; and it is further

ORDERED that, in the event Plaintiff fails to file his amended complaint within the period allotted in these Memorandum Opinion and Order, all Plaintiff's claims -- except for those expressly ordered stated in the Court's order of June 23, 2011, -- shall be deemed dismissed with prejudice; and it is further

ORDERED that, in the event Plaintiff: (a) elects to stand on his complaint dismissed in this the Court's order of June 23, 2011; and (b) manifests such election by initiation of appellate proceedings as to this Court's findings, the part of these Memorandum Opinion and Order granting Plaintiff leave to file amended complaint shall be deemed vacated, and this Court's jurisdiction over this matter shall be deemed conclusively withdrawn; and it is further

ORDERED that, in the event any statement made in Plaintiff's submission docketed as Docket Entry No. 76 was meant to operate as a request for change of venue, Plaintiff's request to that effect shall be deemed denied with prejudice, as facially frivolous; and it is further

ORDERED that, in the event any statement made in Plaintiff's submission docketed as Docket Entry No. 76 was meant to operate as a challenge to this Court's jurisdiction over this matter, Plaintiff's request to that effect shall be deemed denied with prejudice, as facially frivolous. Plaintiff, however, may withdraw all his claims not dismissed with prejudice by filing a written statement to that effect. Plaintiff need not provide any explanation for his decision to withdraw these claims; and it is further

ORDERED that no further extensions of time will be granted to Plaintiff with regard to his filing of amended complaint and/or his filing of a written statement in response to this Court's order to show cause; and it is further

ORDERED that, in the event Plaintiff submits in this matter any document other than his proper amended complaint or his proper written statement in response to this Court's order to show cause, this Court will direct the Clerk to strike such submissions from the docket without reaching the merits of Plaintiff's challenges; and it is further

ORDERED that the Clerk shall make a new and separate entry on the docket reading "CIVIL CASE ADMINISTRATIVELY TERMINATED, SUBJECT TO REOPENING IN THE EVENT PLAINTIFF TIMELY SUBMITS HIS AMENDED COMPLAINT AND/OR HIS RESPONSE TO THIS COURT'S ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE"; and it is further

ORDERED that the Clerk shall serve these Memorandum Opinion and Order upon Plaintiff by certified mail, return receipt requested; and it is finally

ORDERED that the Clerk shall docket these Memorandum Opinion and Order in Telfair et al. v. Office of the U.S. Attorney, Civ. Action No. 10-2958, accompanying that docket entry with the docket text reading "DOCKETED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY AS RELATED TO OTSC IN REGARD TO THE LIMITED ORDER OF PRECLUSION."

William J. Martini


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