Myles v. Director - Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Correctional Institutions Division et al
MEMORANDUM ORDER adopting the magistrate judge's 4 Report and Recommendation. Signed by Judge Thad Heartfield on 12/15/2011. (bjc)
IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF TEXAS
FREDDIE LEE MYLES
DIRECTOR, TDCJ-CID, ET AL
CIVIL ACTION NO. 1:11-CV-541
MEMORANDUM ORDER ADOPTING THE
MAGISTRATE JUDGE’S REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION
Plaintiff, Freddie Lee Myles, an inmate currently confined at the Mark Stiles Unit in
Beaumont, Texas, proceeding pro se, filed this civil rights action pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 1983
against the following defendants: Brad Livingston, Director TDCJ-CID, Rick Thaler, Assistant
Director TDCJ-CID, Michael Billings, Assistant Director TDCJ-CID, Vanessa Jones, Joni
White, and Jose L. Pena
The Court referred this matter to the Honorable Keith Giblin, United States Magistrate
Judge, at Beaumont, Texas, for consideration pursuant to applicable laws and orders of this
Court. The Magistrate Judge recommends plaintiff’s application to proceed in forma pauperis be
denied and the case dismissed pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 1915(g), as plaintiff has failed to pay the
full $350 filing fee.
The Court has received and considered the Report and Recommendation of United States
Magistrate Judge filed pursuant to such referral, along with the record, and pleadings. No
objections to the Report and Recommendation have been filed by the parties to date. Plaintiff has
also failed to pay the full $350 filing fee.
Accordingly, the findings of fact and conclusions of law of the Magistrate Judge are
correct and the report of the Magistrate Judge is ADOPTED. A final judgment will be entered in
this case in accordance with the Magistrate Judge’s recommendations.
SIGNED this the 15 day of December, 2011.
United States District Judge
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