Fair v. King County Correctional Center et al
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION by Hon. James P. Donohue that case be dismissed with prejudice per 108 stipulated motion to dismiss action. Noting Date 4/7/2017, (Attachments: # 1 Proposed Order of Dismissal, # 2 Proposed Judgment) (PM) cc: Plaintiff via the USPS
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
WESTERN DISTRICT OF WASHINGTON
EMANUEL D. FAIR,
Case No. C16-273-JLR-JPD
REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION
KING COUNTY CORRECTIONAL
CENTER, et al.,
This matter comes before the Court upon the parties’ March 31, 2017 stipulated motion
to dismiss this civil rights action. Dkt. 108. Based on the stipulation of the parties, plaintiff
Emanuel D. Fair and all defendants, including King County, Claudia Balducci, Keith McCoy,
Barry Clemons, David Bliss, Michael Woodbury, Abdulmonaiem Mohamed, Carla Vicari,
Michael Allen, Todd Clark, Richard Pennington, Henry Monteza, Pablo Chan, Bryce Lether,
Cameron Walker, Sean Dumas, Joseph Garcia, Valerie Fisher, Roger Higgs, Jennifer Jones-
Vanderleest, Debra Beckman, Christopher Salatka, Benjamin Sanders, William Hayes, Corinna
Hyatt, Gordon Karlsson, Douglas Justus, Hikari Tamura, Edwin Bautista, Darren Stewart,
Tracy Craw, Pam Jones, Darren Germunson, Nate Caldwell, Julie Mass, Jens Jellen, Roberta
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Johnson, Chris Womack, Miriam Philby, Michael Stanfill, Tom Thompson, Patrick Kuritz,
Carol Bryner, Bette Pine, Garrett Ferreiro, Bemie Dennehy, and Janna Lewis, the Court
RECOMMENDS that this case be DISMISSED with prejudice and without costs and
Because the parties have stipulated that the case be dismissed, the Court recommends
that United States District Judge James L. Robart immediately approve this Report and
Recommendation. The Clerk should note the matter for April 7, 2017 as ready for Judge
Robart’s consideration. A proposed order accompanies this Report and Recommendation.
DATED this 7th day of April, 2017.
JAMES P. DONOHUE
Chief United States Magistrate Judge
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