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Bond v. Blum

United States District Court, D. Maryland

May 28, 2014

WILLIAM C. BOND Plaintiff.
v.
KENNETH BLUM, SR., et al. Defendants.

MEMORANDUM AND ORDER

MARVIN J. GARBIS, District Judge.

The Court has before it Plaintiff's Motion to Reconsider Orders of May 12, 2014 with Request for Evidentiary Hearing [Document 305]. The Court finds that neither a response nor a hearing is necessary.

The instant motion is the latest in a series of pro se filings making allegations against the undersigned Judge, other judges, and attorneys. The undersigned Judge knows that the allegations against him are baseless[1] and is aware of no reason why the allegations against the other judges and the attorneys are worthy of any credibility.

Should an appellate court, or other entity with jurisdiction, require a more detailed response specifically refuting Plaintiff's false statements, one shall be provided. However, the undersigned Judge finds no need to devote further time to Plaintiff's harassment.

For the foregoing reasons, Plaintiff's Motion to Reconsider Orders of May 12, 2014 with Request for Evidentiary Hearing [Document 305] is DENIED.

SO ORDERED.


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