Tafari v. Rock
Plaintiff - Appellant: Injah Tafari
Defendant - Appellee: David A. Rock, Superintendent, John Miller, Lieutenant, Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual and official capacity, James Facteau, Captain, Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual and official capacity, Holdridge, Captain, Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual and official capacity, Dale Artus, Superintendent, Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual and official capacity and Norman Bezio, Director of Special Housing Unit, DOCCS, sued in individual and official capacity
Case Number: 12-2847
Filed: July 12, 2012
Court: U.S. Court of Appeals, Second Circuit
Nature of Suit: PRISONER PET-Civil Rights
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Plaintiff - appellant: Injah Tafari
Represented By: Injah Tafari
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Defendant - appellee: David A. Rock, Superintendent
Represented By: Barbara D. Underwood
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Defendant - appellee: John Miller, Lieutenant, Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual and official capacity
Represented By: Barbara D. Underwood
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Defendant - appellee: James Facteau, Captain, Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual and official capacity
Represented By: Barbara D. Underwood
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Defendant - appellee: Holdridge, Captain, Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual and official capacity
Represented By: Barbara D. Underwood
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Defendant - appellee: Dale Artus, Superintendent, Clinton Correctional Facility, sued in individual and official capacity
Represented By: Barbara D. Underwood
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Defendant - appellee: Norman Bezio, Director of Special Housing Unit, DOCCS, sued in individual and official capacity
Represented By: Barbara D. Underwood
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