Aaron v. Hall et al
ORDER adopting 3 the proposed findings and recommended disposition; dismissing, without prejudice, 1 Plaintiff's complaint, pursuant to the three strikes rule; directing plaintiff to submit within 30 days of the entry of this order: (a) the statutory filing fee of $400, in full, to the clerk, noting the case style and number; and (b) a motion to reopen the case; and denying 2 all pending motions as moot. It is certified that an in forma pauperis appeal from this order and the accompanying judgment would not be taken in good faith. Signed by Chief Judge Brian S. Miller on 5/22/2013. (kdr)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS
PINE BLUFF DIVISION
BILLY CHARLES AARON
CASE NO. 5:13CV00131 BSM
HALL, Nurse, Varner Supermax,
Arkansas Department of Correction et al.
The proposed findings and recommended disposition submitted by United States
Magistrate Judge Joe J. Volpe and plaintiff’s objections have been reviewed. After
carefully considering the objections and making a de novo review of the record, it is
concluded that the proposed findings and recommended disposition should be, and hereby
are, approved and adopted in their entirety in all respects.
IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that:
Plaintiff’s complaint [Doc. No. 1] is DISMISSED without prejudice
pursuant to the three strikes rule set forth in 28 U.S.C. § 1915(g).
If plaintiff wishes to continue this case, he must submit within thirty (30)
days of the entry of this order: (a) the statutory filing fee of $400, in full, to the clerk,
noting the case style and number; and (b) a motion to reopen the case.
It is further certified, pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915(a)(3), that an in forma
pauperis appeal from this order and the accompanying judgment would not be taken in
All pending motions are denied as moot.
DATED this 22nd day of May 2013.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT JUDGE
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