Young v. Revell et al
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER dismissing this matter without prejudice due to plaintiff's failure to submit the filing fee as directed. Signed by District Judge Sam A. Crow on 11/17/17. Mailed to pro se party Timothy Doyle Young by regular mail. (mls)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE DISTRICT OF KANSAS
TIMOTHY DOYLE YOUNG,
CASE NO. 17-3175-SAC
SARA REVELL, et al.,
MEMORANDUM AND ORDER
This matter is a civil rights action filed by a prisoner in
federal custody. Plaintiff is subject to the “three-strikes”
provision of 28 U.S.C. § 1915(g). See In re Timothy Doyle Young, 382
Fed.Appx. 148, 2010 WL 2178514 (3d Cir. June 1, 2010) and Young v.
United States, 2014 WL 2515586 (S.D. Ohio, June 4, 2014)(listing
strikes). Under that provision, a prisoner with three qualifying
dismissals may not proceed in forma pauperis unless the Court finds
that he is “under imminent danger of serious physical injury.” 28
U.S.C. § 1915(g).
On October 13, 2017, the Court denied leave to proceed in forma
pauperis and granted plaintiff to and including November 13, 2017,
to submit the filing fee. Plaintiff has not paid the fee as directed.
However, on October 30, 2017, he submitted 55 pages of material that
the Court construes as exhibits to the complaint. These materials
include grievance forms and responses from September and October 2017,
many concerning plaintiff’s access to health care. Briefly
summarized, plaintiff appears to allege that he has not received
adequate medical care for certain chronic conditions. However, the
responses to plaintiff’s grievances reflect that he has received
regular evaluation through the facility’s Chronic Care Clinic, most
recently in early September 2017. See Doc. #3, pp. 4, 7, and 13. Other
materials include disciplinary materials from an April 2012 incident,
a November 2016 request under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA)
for disciplinary records, a May 2008 request for mailing supplies,
and an April 2017 FOIA request for a certified account statement.
While the relevant materials submitted by the plaintiff show that
he has serious health conditions, they also reflect that he is
regularly examined by a physician. The Court finds the plaintiff is
receiving ongoing health care to address his health conditions and
concludes he has not shown that he is subject to “imminent danger of
serious physical injury.” Therefore, he is not entitled to proceed
in forma pauperis, and this matter must be dismissed.
IT IS, THEREFORE, BY THE COURT ORDERED this matter is dismissed
without prejudice due to plaintiff’s failure to submit the filing fee
IT IS SO ORDERED.
This 17th day of November, 2017, at Topeka, Kansas.
S/ Sam A. Crow
SAM A. CROW
U.S. Senior District Judge
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