Lancaster v. USP McCreary et al
||USP McCreary and USA
||August 22, 2016
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky
||Danny C. Reeves
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|June 26, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION AND ORDER: 1) Lancaster's Motion for Emergency Stay Pending Motion for Reconsideration [Record No. 32] is DENIED; 2) The claims asserted in Plaintiff's Complaint [Record No. 1] are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE; 3)Judgment will be entered contemporaneously with this Memorandum Opinion and Order. Signed by Judge Danny C. Reeves on 6/26/2017.(RC)cc: COR, paper copy to pro se filer via US Mail
|March 9, 2017
MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER: 1. The Clerk of the Court shall MODIFY the docket to reflect that this is an action under the FTCA, 28 U.S.C. § 1346(b). 2. The Clerk of the Court shall TERMINATE USP-MCCREARY as a defendant in this action. 3. La ncasters motion for leave to file a tort claim R. 19 and his motion to proceed in forma pauperis R. 23 are DENIED as moot. 4. Lancaster shall file in the record the Standard Form 95 he filed with the Bureau of Prisons regarding the claim asserted in the complaint, as well as the Bureaus letter denying his request for administrative settlement. He must do so within 28 days or the Court will dismiss the case for failure to prosecute and failure to comply with an order of the Court. 5. Lancasters motion to amend his complaint R. 18 is DENIED.. Signed by Judge Danny C. Reeves on 3/9/2017.(JMB)cc: COR,Christopher Lancaster via US Mail
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