Goodvine v. Swiekatowski et al

Filing 57

ORDER granting 55 Motion to voluntarily dismiss defendant Mosher. Signed by Chief Judge Barbara B. Crabb on 9/28/09. (elc),(ps)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FO R THE WESTERN DISTRICT OF WISCONSIN --------------------------------------------CHRISTOPHER GOODVINE, P la i n t i f f , v. ORDER 0 8 - cv -7 0 2 - b b c W ILL IAM SWIEKATOWSKI, S A R A H COOPER, CHAPLAIN M. D O N O V A N , DENNIS MOSHER, W A R D EN POLLARD, PETER ERICKSEN, M IC H A E L MOHR, TOM GOZINSKE, R IC K RAEMISCH, JOHN BETT, D A N WESTFIELD, MATTHEW FRANK, T IM O T H Y LUNDQUIST and DEPARTMENT OF C O R R E C T IO N S , D efendan ts. --------------------------------------------O n August 27, 2009, I granted plaintiff's motion to voluntarily dismiss with prejudice his claims that the defendants failed to provide him with a halal diet, failed to accommodate a religious fast by giving him sandwiches at night even though they accommodate fasts of C hristian prisoners and failed to determine the proper direction for Muslims to pray even though they assist Christian prisoners in following their religious obligations, such as by 1 research in g liturgical holidays. Plaintiff stated that the dismissal of these claims disposed of his claims against defendants Timothy Lundquist and Dennis Mosher. I dismissed Timothy L un dq uist, but advised plaintiff that he must let the court know whether he wished to proceed on any remaining claims against defendant Dennis Mosher. Now plaintiff has m ov ed to dismiss defendant Dennis Mosher with prejudice. I will grant his request. OR DER IT IS ORDERED that plaintiff's motion to voluntarily dismiss defendant Dennis M O s her, dkt. #55, is GRANTED. Plaintiff's complaint is DISMISSED as to defendant D ennis Mosher. E n tered this 28 t h day of September, 2009. B Y THE COURT: /s/ B AR B AR A B. CRABB D istrict Judge 2

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