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18-057 - McDaniel v. Jones et al


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18-057 - McDaniel v. Jones et al
March 13, 2018
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MEMORANDUM OPINION & ORDER: (1) McDaniels's Bivens claim against Officer Bond and second FTCA claim against the USA, both of which relate to alleged events at USP-Coleman, are DISMISSED WITHOUT PREJUDICE; (2) McDaniels's only remaining claims are his Bivens claim against Health Services Administrator R. Jones and first FTCA claim against the USA, both of which relate to alleged events at USP-McCreary;(3) The Deputy Clerk shall prepare (3) "Service Packets" for serviceupon Health Services Administrator R. Jones and the USA. (4) The Clerk shall send the Service Packets to the USMS in Lexington, KY, and note the date of delivery in the docket; (5) The USMS shall personally serve Health Services Administrator R. Jones at the USP McCreary in Pine Knot, KY through arrangement with the FBOP; (6) The USMS shall serve the USA by sending Service Packets by certified or registered mail to both the Civil Process Clerk at the US Attorney for the EDKy and the US Attorney General in Washington, D.C.; and (7) McDaniels must immediately advise the Clerks Office of any change in his current mailing address. If McDaniels fails to do so, the Court will dismiss his case; and If McDaniels wishes to seek relief from the Court, he must do so by filing a formal motion sent to the Clerk's Office. Every motion McDaniels files must include a written certification that he has mailed a copy of it to the dfts or their counsel and state the date of mailing. The Court will disregard letters sent to the Judge's chambers or motions lacking a certificate of service. Signed by Judge David L. Bunning on 03/13/2018.(KJA)cc: COR, mailed paper copy to pro se filer