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PROVIDENCE, R.I. — A federal judge in Rhode Island sided with a North American police union against the anti-telemarketing lawsuit brought by a self-representing litigant who is known to use multiple phones to ensnare marketers. “At this point, eight years and hundreds of lawsuits later,” the litigant may no longer rely on his pro se status to excuse lapses in following civil procedure.