Lee v. Bureau of Prisons
ORDER ADOPTING 7 Report and Recommendation. This action is DISMISSED without prejudice. Signed by Honorable Stephen P. Friot on 10/30/2017. (llg)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE
WESTERN DISTRICT OF OKLAHOMA
BRANDON CHE LEE,
-vsBUREAU OF PRISONS,
Case No. CIV-17-0860-F
Plaintiff Brandon Che Lee, a federal prisoner appearing pro se whose
pleadings are liberally construed, has submitted a complaint alleging violations of
Bivens v. Six Unknown Named Agents of the Federal Bureau of Narcotics, 403 U.S.
In Magistrate Judge Bernard M. Jones’ Report and Recommendation of
September 25, 2017 (doc. no. 7, the Report), the magistrate judge recommends that
plaintiff’s action be dismissed without prejudice, because plaintiff has failed to
comply with the court’s orders to cure deficiencies and thus has failed to prosecute
this case. The Report states that despite prior warnings given to the plaintiff by the
magistrate judge indicating dismissal of this action could be the result if plaintiff
failed to cure deficiencies, plaintiff has not paid the $400.00 filing fee, has not
submitted an application to proceed in forma pauperis, and has not submitted the
complaint on the proper form.
The Report advises plaintiff that any objection to the Report must be filed by
October 16, 2017, and that failure to object waives the right to appellate review of
the factual and legal issues addressed in the Report. Plaintiff has not objected to the
Report and he has not requested an extension of time within which to do so.
Having reviewed the Report, and with no objection to the Report having been
filed, the court finds that it concurs in the recommended rulings as stated in the
Report and that no additional discussion is necessary here. The Report (doc. no. 7)
is ACCEPTED, ADOPTED and AFFIRMED. Plaintiff has failed to comply with
the court’s orders to cure deficiencies and has failed to prosecute this case.
Therefore, as recommended in the Report, this action is DISMISSED without
IT IS SO ORDERED this 30th day of October, 2017.
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