Bradley v. Outlaw et al
ORDER finding service appropriate for defts T.C. Outlaw, Officer Bashaw, Officer Runkle, and Officer R. Hill. The Clerk shall prepare summons and the U.S. Marshal shall serve a copy of the complaint and summons on defts, U.S. Attorney, and U.S. Attorney General, without prepayment of fees. Signed by Magistrate Judge Jerome T. Kearney on 8/22/12. (kpr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
CORY DEONTRA BRADLEY,
T. C. OUTLAW, et al.
Plaintiff, a federal inmate proceeding pro se, has been granted leave to proceed in forma
pauperis (IFP) in this federal civil rights (Bivens) action, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915 (Doc. No.
In the Order granting IFP status, the Court noted that it was uncertain whether Plaintiff
intended to assert his Complaint against more than the four Defendants named in the caption of his
Complaint, because he referred to several other individuals in the body of his Complaint. (Doc. No.
4, p. 3). The Court then provided Plaintiff with the opportunity to file an Amended Complaint,
within thirty days, to clarify which individuals he wished to sue in this lawsuit. Id. Plaintiff has not,
nowever, submitted an Amended Complaint; therefore, the Court finds that service is appropriate
with respect to his allegations against named Defendants Outlaw, Bashaw, Runkle, and R. Hill.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that service is appropriate for Defendants T. C. Outlaw,
Officer Bashaw, Officer Runkle, and Officer R. Hill. The Clerk of the Court shall prepare summons
for the Defendants and the United States Marshal is directed to serve a copy of the Complaint (Doc.
No. 3) and summons on the Defendants, the United States Attorney for this district, and the United
States Attorney General, without prepayment of fees and costs or security therefore.
IT IS SO ORDERED this 22nd day of August, 2012.
JEROME T. KEARNEY
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
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