Robinson v. USA et al
||USA, Wilson, Jackson and Health Services Department
||January 29, 2018
||US District Court for the Eastern District of Kentucky
||David L. Bunning
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|September 7, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER: (1) Judgment is entered in favor of HSA Wilson and RN Jackson with respect to Robinson's Eighth Amendment deliberate-indifference claims; (2) Judgment is entered in favor of the United States with respect to R obinson's FTCA claim; (3) The Defendants' Motion for Summary Judgment (Doc. # 22 ) is GRANTED; (4) The Defendants' Motion to Dismiss (Doc. # 22 ) is DENIED AS MOOT;(5) This action is DISMISSED and STRICKEN from the Court's docket; and(6) The Court will enter a judgment contemporaneously with this order. Signed by Judge David L. Bunning on 09/07/2018.(KJA)cc: COR, mailed paper copy to pro se filer
|March 6, 2018
MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER: (1) Robinson's Bivens claim against the Health Services Department is DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE; (2) Robinson's Bivens claims against Wilson and Jackson in their official capacities are DISMISSED WITH PREJ UDICE; (3) Robinson's FTCA claims against Wilson, Jackson, and the Health Services Department are DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE; (4) Robinson's only remaining claims are his Bivens claims against Wilson and Jackson in their individual capacities and his FTCA claim against the United States. The Deputy Clerk shall prepare 4 Service Packets for service upon Medical Administrator Wilson, Registered Nurse Jackson, and the United States of America. The Service Packets shall include: (a) a compl eted summons form; (b) the Complaint (Doc. # 1 ); (c) this Order; and (d) a completed USM Form 285; (5) The Deputy Clerk shall send the Service Packets to the USMS in Lexington, Kentucky, and note the date of delivery in the docket; (6) The USMS s hall personally serve Medical Administrator Wilson and Registered Nurse Jackson at the Federal Correctional Institution in Manchester, Kentucky through arrangement with the Federal Bureau of Prisons; (7) The USMS shall serve the United States of Ame rica by sending Service Packets by certified or registered mail to both the Civil Process Clerk at the Office of the United States Attorney for the Eastern District of Kentucky and the Office of the Attorney General of the United States in Wash ington, D.C.; (8) Robinson must immediately advise the Clerks Office of any change in his current mailing address. If Robinson fails to do so, the Court will dismiss his case; and (9) If Robinson wishes to seek relief from the Court, he must do so by filing a formal motion sent to the Clerk's Office. Every motion Robinson files must include a written certification that he has mailed a copy of it to the defendants or their counsel and state the date of mailing. The Court will disregard letters sent to the Judge's chambers or motions lacking a certificate of service. Wilson (in her Official Capacity as Medical Administrator), Health Services Department and Jackson (in her Official Capacity as Registered Nurse) terminated.. Signed by Judge David L. Bunning on 3/6/2018.(RBB)cc: COR, paper copy to pro se filer, Maurice Robinson, via US Mail.
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