Caradine/Assabur v. Conrad
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATIONS 4 denying 1 Motion for Leave to Proceed in forma pauperis filed by William F Caradine/Assabur. Plaintiff's complaint is dismissed without prejudice. Signed by Judge James M. Moody on 10/20/11. (kpr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PINE BLUFF DIVISION
WILLIAM F. CARADINE/ASSABUR,
MS. CONRAD, Mailroom Supervisor,
Varner Unit, Arkansas Department of Correction
The Court has received proposed findings and recommendations from United States
Magistrate Judge Jerome T. Kearney in which he finds that Plaintiff’s complaint should be
dismissed because Plaintiff is considered a “three-striker” pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915(g).
After a review of those proposed findings and recommendations, and the timely objections1
received thereto, as well as a de novo review of the record, the Court adopts them in their
entirety. In addition, the Court finds that Plaintiff’s amended complaint fails to raise any claims
or facts which would result in application of the exception to the “three strike” rule found in §
IT IS, THEREFORE, ORDERED that:
Plaintiff Caradine/Assabur’s Motion to Proceed In Forma Pauperis (Doc. No.
The Court construes Plaintiff’s premature notice of appeal as objections to the Magistrate
Judge’s proposed findings and recommendations.
Plaintiff has filed an amended complaint in which he states that his claims fall within the
exception found in § 1915(g) because he is in imminent danger of serious physical injury. Plaintiff’s
original claim was that the Defendant, a mail-room supervisor, failed to provide him a receipt for
cash sent to him from his grandmother. Plaintiff’s amended complaint does not add any new
defendants and states that Plaintiff is in imminent danger because he is”exposed to raw sewage,
aggravated mail theft receptacle, denied treatment for colon cancer, special food diet, high blood
pressure medications, deprived of prosthetic shoes, denial of medical care for heart problems of
clog arteries, and forced to work against medical restrictions.” The only imminent danger
connected to the defendant in this case is Plaintiff’s claim of aggravated mail theft receptacle. The
Court finds that this claim fails to fall within the exception found in § 1915(g). There are no facts
pled in his complaint or amended complaint which would connect this Defendant with Plaintiff’s
remaining claims of imminent danger of serious physical injury.
1) is DENIED.
Should Plaintiff wish to continue this case, he is required to submit the statutory
filing fee of $350.00 to the Clerk, noting the above case style and number within ten (10) days
of the date of this Order, together with a motion to reopen the case. Upon receipt of the motion
and full payment, the case will be reopened.
Plaintiff’s Complaint is DISMISSED without prejudice.
An appropriate Judgment shall accompany this Order.
IT IS SO ORDERED this 20 day of October , 2011.
JAMES M. MOODY
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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