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12-322 - BROWNLEE v. PA DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS et al


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12-322 - BROWNLEE v. PA DEPT. OF CORRECTIONS et al
July 1, 2014
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low, Moore-Smeal, Telega, and all unnamed Jane or John Doe Defendants, for the reasons stated in the foregoing opinion. Based on the foregoing, the Clerk is directed to terminate all Defendants other than Defendants Baker and Reynolds. Signed by Magistrate Judge Susan Paradise Baxter on 7/1/14. (lrw)OPINION & ORDER that: 1. The DOC Defendants motion to dismiss Plaintiffs second amended complaint 42 is GRANTED as to Plaintiffs Eighth Amendment excessive use of force claim against Defendants Twentier, Pivetta, Edmunds, Moore, Munch, Bernardo, Williams, and Newell, and his Eighth Amendment deliberate indifference claim against Defendants Lucore and Overton; but is DENIED as to Plaintiffs claims against Defendants Harlow and Moore-Smeal; 2. Defendant Bakers motion to dismiss Plaintiffs second amended complaint is DENIED; 3. Defendant Reynoldss motion to dismiss Plaintiffs second amended complaint is DENIED. 4. Pursuant to the authority granted by the PLRA, the Court dismisses, sua sponte, Plaintiffs claims against Defendants Irwin, Har
March 17, 2016
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OPINION & ORDER that the motions for summary judgment filed by Defendant Reynolds 55 and Defendant Baker 59 are GRANTED, and judgment is hereby granted in favor of said Defendants and against Plaintiff on all remaining claims in this case. The Clerk is directed to mark this case closed. Signed by Magistrate Judge Susan Paradise Baxter on 3/17/16. (lrw)