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In the United States District Court  Case No. ELH-18-1600 
Vaeth v. City of Baltimore, et al.
Complaint
Court Order                  Summons
Affidavit of Service
Motion & Memorandum in Support of Entry of Default Judgment 
Affidavit
Exhibit List
Letter to Judge Hollander (Plaintiff)
Copy of Request for Production of Documents & ESI
City's Opposition to Motion for Entry of Default
Exhibit 1
Court Order
Reply to Opposition to Motion for Entry of Default
Exhibit 1    USPS Certified Mail Rcpt 7340
USPS Return Rcpt 7201
Exhibit 2    USPS Certified Mail Rcpt 3084
USPS Return Rcpt 7218
City's Motion to Dismiss Rules 12(b)(6) & 60(b)(3)
Response to City's Motion to Dismiss 
Plaintiff's Motion for Leave to Supplement Opposition
About Brian Vaeth 
City's Response to Plaintiff's Motion to Supplement Opposition
Retired Baltimore City Firefighter​
Truck Company #1

Commendations
Appreciation Award (3) 95, 99, 01
Meritorious Conduct (2) 99, 01
Mayor's Citation (6) 95, 99 (2), 01 (2), 02
Mayor's Proclamation (3) 96, 99, 01
Distinguished Unit Citation (3) 99 (1), 02 (2)
Box 414 Assoc. Firefighter of the Year 2001

Reply to the City's Opposition to Leave to Supplement 

O P E R A T I O N

ENDGAME

2020

In the Circuit Court Balto. City
Related Filing:
Public Information Act Request
Corruption simply cannot be tolerated.
A state’s interest in “the protection of its citizenry and the public safety is not only substantial, but compelling.” Kolbe v. Hogan, 849 F.3d 114, 139 (4th Cir. 2017)

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