Wilder v. Federal Corrections Officers 1-10 et al
ORDER. Ordered that the Motion for Leave to Correct Complaint with Incorporated Response to Show Cause 58 is GRANTED. Ordered that the Complaint is amended to correct the last name of defendant Lieutenant Borges to Borja. Ordered that the Recomm endation to dismiss defendant Borja [Doc. #57] is WITHDRAWN. Ordered that the future, the plaintiff shall comply with orders of this court. Failure to comply may result in sanctions, including dismissal of this case by Magistrate Judge Boyd N. Boland on 06/16/14.(jhawk, )
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF COLORADO
Magistrate Judge Boyd N. Boland
Civil Action No. 13-cv-01701-PAB-BNB
CHRISTOPHER JAMES WILDER,
CHARLES DANIELS (Warden), and
This matter arises on the plaintiff’s Motion for Leave to Correct Complaint with
Incorporated Response to Show Cause [Doc. #58, filed 05/30/2014] (the “Motion”). The
Motion is GRANTED.
The plaintiff filed his Fourth Amended Prisoner Complaint on March 28, 2014 [Doc.
#47] (the “Complaint”). He names as a defendant “Borges, Lieutenant” and lists that
defendant’s address as USP Florence. On April 2, 2014, the court sent a request for waiver of
service to the defendants at the Colorado Consolidated Legal Center at the Federal Bureau of
Prisons (“BOP”) [Doc. #48]. On April 11, 2014, BOP Attorney Advisor Kaitlin Turner filed a
document stating that service is not waived for defendant Borges because she is “unable to
identify a current or former BOP lieutenant by this name.”
Consequently, I ordered the plaintiff to show cause on or before May 19, 2014, why the
Complaint should not be dismissed as against defendant Borges for failure to prosecute. See
D.C.COLO.LCivR 41.1. I cautioned the plaintiff that in the event no such showing was made, I
would enter a recommendation that the action be dismissed, without prejudice, against defendant
Borges for failure to prosecute. The plaintiff did not respond to the show cause order.
Accordingly, I entered a recommendation that Complaint be dismissed without prejudice as
against defendant Borges for failure to prosecute.
On May 30, 2014, the plaintiff filed his Motion to correct defendant Borges’ last name to
Borja. He states that the Motion is also an “incorporated response” to the show cause order. The
plaintiff does not explain why the response is untimely.
IT IS ORDERED:
(1) The plaintiff’s Motion for Leave to Correct Complaint with Incorporated Response
to Show Cause [Doc. #58] is GRANTED;
(2) The Complaint is amended to correct the last name of defendant Lieutenant Borges
(3) The Clerk of the Court shall (a) amend the docket sheet to reflect the correct spelling
of defendant Borja’s last name, and (b) serve defendant Borja with a request for waiver of
(4) The Recommendation to dismiss defendant Borja [Doc. #57] is WITHDRAWN; and
(4) In the future, the plaintiff shall comply with orders of this court. Failure to comply
may result in sanctions, including dismissal of this case.
Dated June 16, 2014.
BY THE COURT:
s/ Boyd N. Boland
United States Magistrate Judge
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