Motion to Reconsider denial of TRO... or Dismiss as Frivolous...
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
William Thomas, et. al. | C.A. No. 94-2742
Plaintiffs pro se, | Judge Charles R. Richey
The United States, et. al. |
PLAINTIFFS' MOTION TO RECONSIDER DENIAL OF
PLAINTIFFS' APPLICATION FOR A TRO,
TO DISMISS THE COMPLAINT AS FRIVOLOUS
In the interests of meaningful access to the courts, finding the facts of this case, and judicial economy, plaintiffs offer the Court two options:
First, plaintiffs move this honorable Court to reconsider its decision of January 6th, and grant plaintiffs' motion for a TRO.
Alternatively, if the Court doesn't want to take this case too seriously, to facilitate appellate review, plaintiffs reluctantly move the Court to dismiss this complaint as frivolous. If the Court chooses this option it will probably save all parties a considerable amount of time, but, unfortunately, Plaintiffs believe, it will also memorialize an articulate indication that the judicial system isn't interested in listening to facts.
With full understanding and appreciation of the fact that each of us must bear individual responsibility for his/her own actions, plaintiffs will still urge the honorable nature of this Court to choose justice and reason.
For the Court's convenience, Proposed Orders (one providing space for the Court's personal rationalizations, see, Sills v. Bureau of Prisons, 761 F.2d 792 (DC Cir. 1985)) are attached.
Respectfully submitted this __th day of January, 1994,
William Thomas, Plaintiff pro se
2817 11th Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20001