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Weatherall v. Warden of McCreary USP
as 3:2015cv03223
Petitioner: Corey Weatherall
Respondent: Warden of McCreary USP
Cause Of Action: Petition for Writ of Habeas Corpus
Kevin Dann v. USP-McCreary Health Adm., et al
as 15-6017
Plaintiff - Appellant: KEVIN DANN
Defendant: USP-MCCREARY HEALTH ADM., USP-McCreary Remedies Relief Adm., J.C. HOLLAND, Warden
Defendant - Appellee: CHRISTOPHER DAVIS, USP-McCreary Care Provider, JUDE ONUOHU, USP-McCreary Acting Physician
Marshay Preston v. J.C. Holland
as 15-5602
Petitioner - Appellant: MARSHAY PRESTON
Respondent - Appellee: J.C. HOLLAND, USP - McCreary
Don Bradford v. Matthew Mellady, et al
as 15-5480
Plaintiff - Appellant: DON MONTRAIL BRADFORD
Defendant - Appellee: MATTHEW MELLADY, Federal Bureau of Prisons, FCI GILMER, BLANCHE BONG COOK and others
Muhsin Abdur-Rahiim v. J.C. Holland
as 15-5297
Petitioner - Appellant: MUHSIN HANIF ABDUR-RAHIIM
Respondent - Appellee: J.C. HOLLAND, USP-McCreary
Louis Castro v. J.C. Holland
as 15-5274
Petitioner - Appellant: LOUIS CASTRO
Respondent - Appellee: J.C. HOLLAND, Warden of USP-McCreary
Louis Castro v. J.C. Holland
as 15-5158
Petitioner - Appellant: LOUIS CASTRO
Respondent - Appellee: J.C. HOLLAND, Warden of USP-McCreary
Stephen Desmund Peterson v. USA et al We have downloadable decisions or orders for this case
as 5:2015cv00143
Defendant: PA E. Barby, Barstow Community Hospital, Dr. Patrice Beliveau and others
Plaintiff: Stephen Desmund Peterson
Mitchell Farkas v. J.C. Holland
as 15-5015
Petitioner - Appellant: MITCHELL FARKAS
Respondent - Appellee: J.C. HOLLAND, USP-McCreary
Harry Riddick v. J. Holland, et al
as 14-5324
Plaintiff - Appellant: Harry Lee Riddick
Defendant - Appellee: J. C. Holland, Warden, USP McCreary, Zane D. Memenger, United States Attorney, Andrea G. Foulkes, Assistant United States Attorney and others

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