ALSTON v. FORSYTH, et al
ORDER: AND NOW, this 4th Day of October, 2011; IT IS ORDERED that the instant case shall be, and hereby is, DISMISSED for Plaintiff's failure to prosecute. The Report and Recommendation of Magistrate Judge Baxter, filed on August 8, 2011 89 is adopted as the opinion of this Court. Signed by Judge Sean J. McLaughlin on 10/04/2011. (kas)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA
WILLIAM HARRISON ALSTON,
DEBRA FORSYTH, et al.,
Case No. 1:05-cv-168-SJM-SPB
Plaintiff’s civil rights complaint was received by the Clerk of Court on May 27,
2005 and was referred to United States Magistrate Judge Susan Paradise Baxter for
report and recommendation in accordance with the Magistrates Act, 28 U.S.C.
§636(b)(1), and Rules 72.1.3 and 72.1.4 of the Local Rules for Magistrates.
The Magistrate Judge's most recent Report and Recommendation, filed on
August 8, 2011 , recommends that the case be dismissed for Plaintiff’s failure to
prosecute. Plaintiff was allowed fourteen (14) days from the date of service in which to
file objections. Service was made on Plaintiff by certified mail at his last known address
of record. No objections to the Report and Recommendation have been filed to date.
After de novo review of the complaint and documents in the case, together with the
Report and Recommendation, the following order is entered:
AND NOW, this 4th Day of October, 2011;
IT IS ORDERED that the instant case shall be, and hereby is, DISMISSED for
Plaintiff’s failure to prosecute.
The Report and Recommendation of Magistrate Judge Baxter, filed on August 8,
2011  is adopted as the opinion of this Court.
Sean J. McLaughlin
Sean J. McLaughlin
United States District Judge
U.S. Magistrate Judge Baxter
Michael C. Colville, Esq.
WILLIAM HARRISON ALSTON
1233 HALF STREET SW
WASHINGTON, DC 20004
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