Buckley et al v. CCA/Metro Davidson Co. Detention Facility et al
ORDER denying 50 Motion for Summary Judgment. The Clerk is directed to re-issue process to Michael Sullivan at the address provided by CCA. The summons and Marshal Form - 285 shall be maintained UNDER SEAL, and the Marshal shall file the return of service UNDER SEAL. Signed by Magistrate Judge Juliet E. Griffin on 4/9/14. (DOCKET TEXT SUMMARY ONLY-ATTORNEYS MUST OPEN THE PDF AND READ THE ORDER.)(tmw)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
MIDDLE DISTRICT OF TENNESSEE
TERRANCE H. BUCKLEY
CCA/METRO DAVIDSON COUNTY
DETENTION FACILITY, et al.
By Order entered March 14, 2014 (Docket Entry No. 46), the Court directed Defendant CCA
to provide to the Court, under seal, the last known home address of Michael Sullivan since
Mr. Sullivan no longer appears to be employed by CCA. On March 28, 2014, CCA filed a notice
complying with this order. See Docket Entry Nos. 53 and 54. Accordingly, the Clerk is directed to
re-issue process to Michael Sullivan at the address provided by CCA. The summons and Marshal
Form - 285 shall be maintained UNDER SEAL, and the Marshal shall file the return of service
Also before the Court is a motion (Docket Entry No. 50) filed by the pro se prisoner plaintiff
in this action, to which the Defendants have filed a response (Docket Entry No. 56) in opposition.
The motion actually consists of a laundry lists of distinct “motions” from the plaintiff totaling
approximately eight separate requests among the ten pages of the motion. The Court has reviewed
the plaintiff’s filing and cannot discern anything in the filings that warrants an Order from the Court.
Accordingly, the motion is DENIED. The plaintiff’s requests for summary judgment is procedurally
deficient and unsupported. To the extent that the plaintiff requests “discovery,” any discovery
requests should be sent to the opposing party and not be sent to the Court.
Any party desiring to appeal this Order may do so by filing a motion for review no later than
fourteen (14) days from the date this Order is served upon the party. The motion for review must
be accompanied by a brief or other pertinent documents to apprise the District Judge of the basis for
appeal. See Rule 72.02(b) of the Local Rules of Court.
United States Magistrate Judge
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