ANTI-FILING INJUNCTION ORDER
On November 28, 2012, respondent Larry Bratton was ordered to show cause as to why he should not be enjoined from filing future cases in this District without permission from the Chief Judge. (See Dkt. No. 1.) Bratton has failed to respond despite the passage of the deadline. It follows that he is permanently enjoined from filing any document or pleading of any kind pro se in the Northern District of New York without leave of the Chief Judge and subject to the requirements outlined below.
NOTICE TO PRO SE LITIGANT: FAILURE TO STRICTLY COMPLY WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OUTLINED BELOW MAY SUBJECT YOU TO FURTHER SANCTIONS, INCLUDING THE DISMISSAL OF YOUR COMPLAINT/PETITION OR REJECTION OF YOUR SUBMISSION.
WHEREFORE, for the foregoing reasons, it is hereby ORDERED that pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1651(a), Bratton is permanently enjoined from filing any document or pleading of any kind with this court as a pro se plaintiff, except as outlined below; and it is further
ORDERED that the Clerk of the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York shall maintain a miscellaneous file with the general title "In the Matter of Larry A. Bratton." Unless otherwise ordered by the Chief Judge or his designee, this file shall serve as the repository of all orders relating to Bratton in this District, documents submitted under the procedures set forth herein, any order entered pursuant thereto, and any document or pleading of any kind, whether rejected or not, submitted pro se by Bratton. The Clerk of the Court shall also maintain a docket sheet associated with this file and shall list all documents filed therein; and it is further
ORDERED that before initiating any pro se action in this District or filing a document of any kind with the court, Bratton must first obtain permission from the Chief Judge or his designee. To do so, Bratton must submit to the court three documents in the form described below: (1) a petition requesting leave to file; (2) an affidavit; and (3) a copy of the document or pleading sought to be filed. The filing shall be entitled "Application Pursuant to Court Order Seeking Leave to File," and shall contain the assigned miscellaneous file number in the caption; and it is further
ORDERED that a petition requesting leave to file must contain the following information:
(1) a statement advising the court whether any defendant to the lawsuit was a party, litigant, judge, attorney, court officer, public official or participant to, or was in any way involved in, any prior lawsuit or bankruptcy proceeding involving Bratton, and if so, in what capacity;
(2) a list of all lawsuits in the United States District Court for the Northern District of New York, Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, and state courts in which Bratton was or is a party; the name, case number and citation, if applicable, of each case; a statement indicating the nature of Bratton's involvement in each lawsuit and its current status or disposition;
(3) a list of all federal or state cases in which a judgment was rendered against Bratton, if any; the name, case number and citation, if applicable; the amount of the judgment rendered against him; the amount, if any, of the judgment that remains outstanding and the reasons therefor;
(4) a list of all federal or state cases in which a judgment was rendered in favor of Bratton, if any; the name, case number and citation, if applicable; and
(5) a list identifying the procedural or monetary sanctions, assessment of attorneys' fees, contempt orders or jail sentences arising out of a civil prosecution imposed against him by any court, including all appellate courts, if any; the name, case number and citation, if applicable, of each case; a brief statement explaining the sanctions, contempt order, attorneys' fees or jail sentence imposed; the type or amount of sanctions; the outstanding amount of any sanctions or attorneys' fees; and the current status or disposition of the matter; and it is further ORDERED that Bratton shall also submit with the above petition an affidavit, in the proper legal form, with appropriate jurat and notarization, containing the following recitals:
(1) that the complaint or claims Bratton wishes to present, or the relief he seeks, has never before been raised by him and disposed of by any federal or state court and are not, to the best of his knowledge, barred by collateral estoppel or res judicata;
(2) that to the best of his knowledge the claim or claims are not frivolous or taken in bad faith; that they are well-grounded in fact and warranted by existing law or a good faith argument for the extension, modification or reversal of existing law; that the lawsuit is not interposed for any improper purpose, such as to harass, cause unnecessary delay or needless increase in the cost of litigation, or to avoid the execution of a valid judgment;
(3) that the claim or claims are not meant to harass any judicial officer, attorney, individual, ...