Mann v. Williams et al

Filing 88

SUPPLEMENTAL ORDER re 83 Order. Signed by Magistrate Judge Paige J Gossett on 4/22/2015. (gmil)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE DISTRICT OF SOUTH CAROLINA Anthony L. Mann, ) ) Plaintiff, ) ) v. ) ) Captain C. Williams; Captain Rhonda Abston, ) ) Defendants. ) _____________________________________ ) C/A No. 0:14-1647-RMG-PJG SUPPLEMENTAL ORDER By order entered April 2, 2015 (ECF No. 83), the court granted in part the plaintiff’s motion to compel, directing production of a brief excerpt from a prison policy regarding excessive use of force. In that order, the court delayed disclosure of the excerpt pending the expiration of the time to appeal the assigned magistrate judge’s order to the district judge. The time permitted by applicable law to appeal the court’s order has now expired and no appeal was filed by either party. The excerpt from the decontamination portion of the policy at issue—specifically, OP-22.01 § 6.5—is hereby produced and states as follows: The use of, and subsequent treatment and decontamination for, chemical munitions will be in accordance with the manufacturer’s recommendations. Once it is determined that security has gained control of the situation, and an inmate’s behavior is under control, the inmate will be afforded access to cold running water to wash him/herself. The parties may refer to this excerpt in any legal filings in this case by citing to this Order.1 1 To preserve the record for any subsequent review but also protect the security concerns raised by the defendants, the complete in camera submission from the defendants is docketed at ECF No. 80 with restricted access. Page 1 of 2 IT IS SO ORDERED. ____________________________________ Paige J. Gossett UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE April 22, 2015 Columbia, South Carolina Page 2 of 2

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