Smith v. Hobbs et al
JUDGMENT: Smith's claims against Compton and Aiken are voluntarily dismissed without prejudice. Smith's claims against Hobbs, May, Harris, Smart, Lowe, Jackson, West, Foote, Naylor, Alexander, Scussel, Wheeler, Tyler, and Musselwhite are di smissed without prejudice for failure to exhaust. Smith's claims about magazine issues other than Rolling Stone 1159, Ebony July 2012, and Ebony June 2013 are dismissed without prejudice for failure to exhaust. Smith's Equal Protection clai ms involving inmates Darrell Lovett and Jeremy Thompson are dismissed without prejudice for failure to exhaust. Smith's official capacity claims for money damages are dismissed with prejudice based on sovereign immunity. Smith's remaining claims against Cashion, Falls, and Clark are dismissed with prejudice based on qualified immunity. Signed by Judge D. P. Marshall Jr. on 2/4/2016. (jak)
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