United States v. Rainbow


UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
JACKSONVILLE DIVISION
                                   :              FILED
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,              August 21
     Plaintiff,

                  vs.                  CASE NO. 96-183-Civ-J-20

THE RAINBOW FAMILY, etc., et al.,
     Defendants.

ORDER

Upon consideration of Plaintiff's Motion to Dismiss and for Default Judgment, it is nereby ORDERED that:

Plaintiff's Motion is hereby GRANTED; and it is further ORDERED that:

(A) a default judgment is hereby entered against all named defendants who have been served but have failed to file a responsive pleadings to the complaint; and that each of these individuals is hereby enjoined from attending, conducting or participating in any way in a gathering within the national forests in the State of Florida and elsewhere in the United States in violation of the group use regulations; [1] 36 C.F.R. 251.


[1 A default judgment pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. Rule 55(a) is hereby entered against the following named defendants: James Pirtle, William D. Adams, Eric Eastridge, James Cappiello, Cari D. James, Robert J. Fuller, Rachel L. Vaughn, Sheila L. Gilmer, David Bessel, "Jose," "Bob Jones," and "Two Bears."]

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(B) this case is hereby dismissed without prejudice as to the named defendants who have submitted responsive pleadings to the complaint. [2]

(C) this case is hereby dismissed without prejudice as to all remaining named defendants.

(D) the Clerk is directed to close the file.

Date: August 20, 1996 at 5:15 pm

(signed) HARVEY E. SCHLESINGER
United States District Judge

Copies to:
Reginald Luster, Esq.
Thomas W. Willet, Esq.
Leslie Lagamarcino, Esq.
"Wakeem" (a/k/a William L. Barrie)
"Bullwinkle" (a/k/a Stephen Williams)
James Pirtle
William D. Adams
Eric Eastridge
James Cappiello
Cari D. James
Robert J. Fuller
Rachel L. Vaughn
Sheila L. Gilmer
David Bessel
"Jose"
"Bob Jones"
"Two Bears"
Curtis Tiedt

Garry Randolph, Courtroom Deputy


[2 This action is hereby dismissed pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 41(a)(2) as to "Wakeem" (a/k/a William L. Barrie), Curtis Tiedt, and "Bullwinkle" (a/k/a Stephen Williams).]


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