Watson v. Federal Bureau of Prisons et al
||Pierre Terron-Oneal Watson
||Federal Bureau of Prisons, Josh Evans, Lisa Hollingsworth and (fnu) Reyes
||April 9, 2012
||Kansas District Court
||XX US, Outside State
||Sam A. Crow
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|June 13, 2012
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER ENTERED: On or before July 16, 2012, plaintiff shall submit an initial partial filing fee of $20.50 to the clerk of the court. Any objection to this order must be filed on or before the date payment is due. The failure to file a timely response may result in the dismissal of this action without prejudice and without additional prior notice to the plaintiff. On or before July 16, 2012, plaintiff shall show cause why the Bureau of Prisons should not be dismissed from this action and shall supplement the record to explain the specific bases of his claims against defendants Hollingsworth and Reyes. Signed by Senior District Judge Sam A. Crow on 6/13/2012. (Mailed to pro se party Pierre Terron-Oneal Watson by regular mail.) (smnd)
|July 27, 2012
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER ENTERED: This matter is dismissed without prejudice due to lack of prosecution. Plaintiff's motions for leave to proceed in forma pauperis 2 and to appoint counsel 3 are denied as moot. Signed by Senior District Judge Sam A. Crow on 07/27/12. (Mailed to pro se party Pierre Terron-ONeal Watson by regular mail.) (smnd)
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