Riches v. Karr et al
Plaintiff sued John Mark Karr a/k/a \"The Father,\" Andrea Yates a/k/a \"The Mother,\" Dylan Klebold a/k/a \"The Son,\" Seung-Hui Cho a/k/a \"Foreign Exchange Student,\" Cousin It a/k/a \"The Cousin\" and Cujo a/k/a \"Family Pet.\" Plaintiff alleged that defendants and children of the corn kidnapped him and sent him to a Lord of the Flies torture camp deep in the Ozarks to join their family, he had to perform hard slave labor at Wonka\'s Chocolate Factory, defendants hired Richard Branson, Spaceship One and G. Jetson and sent him in chain gangs to the moon with illegal aliens to shovel rocks, and that Total Recall built a spaceship for Lou Dobbs aliens.
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|Date Filed||#||Document Text|
|September 27, 2007
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS dismissing 3
Complaint Referred (42:1983) filed by Jonathan Lee Riches and that this case be deemed a strike for purposes of the "three strikes" provision of 28 U.S.C. 1915(g). Objections to R&R due by 10/15/2007. Signed by Judge James R. Marschewski on September 27, 2007. (mfr)
|September 24, 2007
CLERK'S ORDER re PLRA Initial Fee directing FCI Williamsburg Salters, SC 29590 to collect from petitioner's prison account an initial partial filing fee of $$6.00; thereafter to collect monthly payments from petitioner's prison account in amount equal to 20% of preceding month's income credited to account until $ 350.00 filing fee is paid in full (cc: Warden, FCI Williamsburg). (sh) Modified on 9/25/2007 to edit text (rw).
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