Barke v. Carey et al
||April 28, 2006
||California Eastern District Court
||Ralph R. Beistline
||Peter A. Nowinski
|Nature of Suit:
||Prisoner: Civil Rights
|Cause of Action:
||42:1983 Prisoner Civil Rights
|Jury Demanded By:
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|April 28, 2006
ORDER signed by Judge John F. Moulds on 04/27/06 ORDERING the claims of all pltfs are severed; Pltf Clifford C. Larsen to proceed as sole pltf in CIV S-03-2168 RRB PAN P; Clerk is directed to a) open five separate civil actions for pltfs Michael Laga n, Demond Walker, Jason Barke, Ronald Morris and Matthew Phillips, b) assign each action to the district judge and magistrate judge to whom this instant case is assigned and make appropriate adjustment in the assignment of civil cases, c) file and do cket a copy of this order in each of the five files opened, d) place a copy of the 10/15/03 complaint in each of the file opened, e) place the IFP application filed on 01/11/05 by Ronald Morris in the file opened for this pltf, f) strike from the cap tion of each pltf's complaint all pltfs' names except the name of the individual pltf proceeding in the action and g) send each pltf an endorsed copy of the 10/15/03 complaint bearing the amended caption and the case number assigned to his own individual action; Each pltf's complaint is DISMISSED; Clerk directed to send each pltf a new form for filing a civil rights action under 42 USC 1983 and a new IFP application; Each pltf is GRANTED 30 days from the date of service of this order to file an amended complaint and a new IFP application. (Attachments: # 1 Copy of 10/15/03 Complaint)(Warren, P)
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