Alexander/Ryahim v. Hobbs et al
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS 28 denying 23 Motion for Declaratory Judgment, Motion for Relief Jr, and 22 Motion to Compel filed by Charles E Alexander/Ryahim, Jr. The Clerk is directed to correct the docket to reflect that Brownlee is still a party to this action, as the Court did not dismiss plaintiff's retaliation claim against deft Brownlee. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 10/6/11. (kpr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PINE BLUFF DIVISION
CHARLES E. ALEXANDERjRYAHIM JR.
RAY HOBBS, WILLIAM STRAUGHN,
ANDRAE CAMPBELL, BROWNLEE,
RANDALL MANUS, CRYSTAL
WOODS, and VANITA KING
The Court has considered Magistrate Judge Beth Deere's Partial
Recommended Disposition, Document No. 28. No one has objected. Having
reviewed the proposal for clear errors of fact on the face of the record, FED. R.
CIV. P. 72(b) (advisory committee notes to 1983 addition), and for legal error,
the Court adopts the proposal as its own. Alexander/Ryahim's motion to
compel and motion for injunction and declaratory judgment, Document Nos.
22 & 23, are denied. The Court specifically endorses and echoes Magistrate
Judge Deere's caution to Alexander/Ryahim to refrain from attacking the
integrity of counselor members of this Court.
To clarify the record, Judge Deere's earlier Partial Recommended
Disposition, Document No.9, and this Court's Order adopting the
recommendation, Document No. 15, dismissed Alexander/Ryahim's claim
against Defendant Brownlee for "violation of usage of an unconstitutional
parole board through discriminatory acts." Document No.1, at 4. The Court
did not, however, dismiss Alexander/Ryahim's retaliation claim against
Defendant Brownlee. Document No.9, at 2. The Clerk is directed to correct the
docket to reflect that Brownlee is still a party to this action.
D.P. Marshall Jr.
United States District Judge
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