Satchel v. Patterson et al

Filing 23

ORDER adopting Report and Recommendations re 20 Report and Recommendation. After due and proper consideration of all portions of this file deemed relevant to the issues raised the case isDISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE. Signed by Senior Judge Charles R. Butler, Jr on 10/9/2012. (adk)

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IN  THE  UNITED  STATES  DISTRICT  COURT  FOR  THE   SOUTHERN  DISTRICT  OF  ALABAMA   SOUTHERN  DIVISION                 DONTAE  SATCHEL,                                                )           Petitioner   )           v.   )   CIVIL  ACTION  NO.        12-­‐00374-­‐CB-­‐M   WARDEN  PATTERSON,  et  al   )         Respondent,   )         ORDER       In  response  to  the  Magistrate  Judge’s  Report  and  Recommendation  that  this   action  be  dismissed  for  failure  to  comply  with  court  orders  pursuant  to  Fed.  R.  Civ.   P.  41(b),  Petitioner  Dontae  Satchel  has  filed  “Request  for  Appointment  of  Counsel   and  Extension.”    (Doc.  21.)    Plaintiff  requests  an  additional  thirty  days  to  respond  to   the  Report  and  Recommendation  and  also  seeks  appointment  of  counsel.    These   requests  are  denied.    Plaintiff  has  been  given  numerous  opportunities  to  file  a   pleading  that  sets  forth  a  coherent  claim,  but  he  has  failed  to  do  so.    Petitioner  has   also  been  given  numerous  opportunities  to  file  a  motion  to  proceed  without   prepayment  of  fees,  but  has  failed  to  do  so.         After  due  and  proper  consideration,  the  Court  hereby  ADOPTS  the  Report   and  Recommendation  of  the  Magistrate  Judge  and  DISMISSES  this  action  without   prejudice.     DONE  and  ORDERED  this  the  9th  day  of  October,  2012.                           s/Charles  R.  Butler,  Jr.       Senior  United  States  District  Judge        

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