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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

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DATE:

December 6, 1999

Mid-Atlantic Regional Office, Annapolis Junction, MD 20701

A1iNOF:

Bill Burlington, Regional Counsel
Mid-Atlantic Region

SUBJECT:

November 1999 Monthly Report

REPLY TO

TO:

A1TN:

Christopher Erlewine, General Counsel
Lin~a

DuBose, Executive Assistant

ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES

JAN

FEB

MAR APR MAY JUN JUL

Received
Answered

196
166

152
189

244
176

TORT CLAIMS

JAN FEB

MAR APR MAY JUN JUL

AUG SEP

OCT NOV DEC

# Pending
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215
63
51
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LITIGATION

JAN FEB

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New Cases Received
Habeas Corpus
Bivens
FTCA
Other
Cases Closed
Cases Pending
Lit Reports Completed
Cases/Hearings or Trials
Settlements/Awards
$ Settlements/Awards
, Thousands)

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235

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156
155

178
213

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120

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SIGNIFICANT DECISIONS OR ADVERSE DECISIONS:
FMC LEXINGTON - The petiti o ns o f inmates challenging their
3621(e) early release ineligibility were granted in Brooks v.
Thoms (2-pt. enhancement ) ; Good v. Th oms (2-pt. enhancement);
Hart v. Thoms (2-pt . enhancement ) ; Mayes v . Th oms (Bailey
case); Mudron v. Th oms (2-pt. enhancement ) ; and Smith v . Thoms
( 922(g)).
Brooks has an Aggra v ated Assault in his background
and Smith has a detainer, so neither are early release
eligible at this time.
All of these cases will be appealed to
the Sixth Circuit, p o ssibl y c o nsolidated with the cases
currently on appeal.
SETTLEMENTS:
FCI MANCHESTER (Admin i strati ve Claim Stump) - Plaintiff's
attorney responded to our $3 2 5,000 settlement offer by asking
for $550,000.
We countered with $425,000 on December 1,
1999, and they have now come back with a "bottom line" figure
of $500,000. We will be working with the Department of
Justice to finalize this settlement in the near future.

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FCI MILAN - Welch v. Reno - In a case handled primarily by the
Labor Law Branch, we settled a handicap discrimination case
which raised the question of whether an alleged handicapped
be re
"red to undergo firearms train~ng.

FMC LEXINGTON - In Maltz v. USA, an FTCA medical malpractice
case involving allegations of failure to diagnose lung cancer,
plaintiff agreed to settle for $60,000, $10,000 of which will
o the U.S. government to pay for a Medicare lien.

FeI MEMPHIS - Love v. United States - A settlement conference
has been scheduled for December 7, 1999 in this case.
Plaintiff was struck in the head by a vent cover and liability
is clear.
He initiall y s o ught $ 3 5, 0 0 0 in damages. Because of
the minor nature of the i njur y and his brief complaints, we
offered him $50 administratively.
He refused to accept it,

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filed suit, and has recently gene rously l owered his offer of
settlement to $3,500 . We have been authorized to settle the
case for a maximum of $1 , 000 .
NEW RFRA CASES AND UPDATES ON PREVIOUSLY REPORTED CASES,
TRIALS OR HEARINGS:
USP TERRE HAUTE - Special Confinement Unit - We have received
a number of request s for clergy visits
Special Confinement Unit. Apparently, a
from Heartbeat Prison Ministries, have encour
e
inmates they visited to spread the word that others should
request that t h e " become their "spiritual advisors."
FCI MANCHESTER - Rose v. U.S. - In this wrongful death, FTCA
trial, we have had one day of testimony.
Plaintiff's expert
stated BOP staff violated the standard of care by not
referring inmate Rose to a downtown hospital, e v en when an EKG
was read as normal. The trial will resume December 6 th , at
which time the government wil l put on our case. Our expert is
from the University of Kentucky Medica l ·School.
We are
optimistic that we will prevail.

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FCI MEMP~S
- Cockerell v. U. S . - Former Memphis Police
Officer
and his wife, have filed a lawsuit
for $1.25 million .
a~n ~ffs allege that FCI Memph ~s staff
were negligent in not maintaining a mat or other padding at
the bottom of the rope climb on the obstacle course.
On
April 24, 199B, the Memphis Police Depa
d was
using the obstacle course for training.
was on
the rope climb obstacle, lost his grip,
approximately
20 feet, landing on his back. He filed an administrative
claim and subsequently took a medical disability retirement
from the Police Department. The tort claim was denied.
FCI MILAN - Sexton v. U.S. - This FTCA case was filed by a
female visitor who slipped and fell on the FCI Milan parking
lot in January 1997 . The AUSA and the institution attorney
have been interviewing witnesses .
Depositions are being
scheduled for BOP sta f f for December and January . The
plaintiff was deposed in early November and examined by the
U.S.'s expert witness, the current President of the Hand
Surgeons Association of the United States. The plaintiff
appears sincere, credible and our expert has confirmed
significant injury / damage to the broken wrist.
In December,
we will be flying the safety emp l oyee who conducted the
investigation while he was assigned to FCI Milan's Safet
nt from Forrest City to Milan to be deposed.

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CRIMINAL HATTERS:
Fez BECKLEY - Thomas Durham was

July 7, 1999, for
Possessing Contraband (a weapon). He pled guilty to the
charge on September 20, 1999. He was sentenced November 24,
1999, to 24 months (consecutive).
indic~ed

FeI BECKLEY - Damian Johnson was indicted September 28, 1999,
for Possessing Contraband (Marijuana). He plead guilty to the
charge November 29, 1999. Sentencing is scheduled for
February 2000.
FCl BECKLEY - Leo Markoneti

indicted September 28, 1999,
for Possessing Contraband (Marijuana). The AUSA dismissed the
indictment in November to delay releasing informant
information that would interfere with another investigation.
wa~

FCl BECKLEY - Marlo Evans was indicted September 28, 1999, for

Possessing Contraband (Marijuana). A hearing is scheduled for
December 6, 1999, at which time he may plead guilty to the
charge.
FCl BECKLEY - William Brown was indicted September 28, 1999,

for Possessing Contraband (Marijuana). A hearing is set for
December 7, 1999, 'at which time he may plead guilty to the
charge.
PETERSBURG - USA v. Danny Shafer - The criminal jury trial
in this case was held in Richmond on November 4, 1999. Inmate
Shaefer was charged with escaping from the PET camp on or
about September 12, 1998. Inmate Shafer, represented by
counsel, was allowed by the Court to test"ify, outside the
presence of the jury, on his reason why he left the camp.
Shafer contends he has been illegally convicted for his
current drug offense and state officials have allegedly
indicated such to him. He asserted essentially, he wanted his
day in court, so he left the camp to insure he had his day in
court. The jury, after approximately 15 minutes deliberation,
found Shafer guilty of escape. Sentencing is scheduled for
February 8, 2000.
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SITUATIONS OF INTEREST, CONTACT WITH FEDERAL BENCH, HAZARDOUS
WASTE SITES, ETC.:
FCl ELKTON - Randy Smith attended an arbitration hearing in

Pittsburgh between the general contractor and a sub-contractor
who built .FeI Elkton. The BOP had two employees that

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testified during the hearing. The case has been managed by
the Central Office, but staff were unable to be at the hearing
and asked that Randy Smith step in .

Personnel Issues
Staff Leave and Travel
December 7 -10 Re-engineering , San Diego
December 13-15 Regiona l Office
December 21-30 Annua l Leave

- annual leave - Dec 22 - Jan 2, 2000.
- annual leave -

Dec 23, 1999.

annual leave - Dec 9-10, and
December 27-30
- annual leave - Dec 6-10
- annual leave - Dec 27-31
annual leave - Dec 23
- annual lea ve - Dec 23-Jan 2, 2000.
- annual leave - Dec 26-Jan 1, 2000.
annual leave - Dec 22 - Dec 25
- annual leave - Dec 17-28
annual leave - Dec 27-30
- annual leave - Dec 27-30
- annual leave - Dec 20-27
annual leave - Dec 23-27
- annual leave - Dec 23-28
- annual leave - Dec 23-27
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New Litigation Cases by Institution and Type
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New Litigation Cases by Institution and Type
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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT
memorandum
. Mid-Atlantic Regional Office, Annapolis Junction, MD 20701

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January 10, 2000

ATE:

REPLY TO
ATINOF:

Bill Burlington, Regional Counsel
Mid-Atlantic Region

SUBJECT:

December 1999 Monthly Report

TO:
AT1N:

Christopher Erlewine, General Counsel
Linda DuBose, Executive Assistant

ADMINISTRATIVE REMEDIES JAN FEB MAR
OCT NOV DEC

Received
Answered

196 152 244
166 189 176

TORT CLAIMS

JAN FEB MAR
NOV DEC

#..Pending

215 231
63 64
51 71
231 220
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_-:eived
..... .swered
# Pending
# Over Six Month
·In the process of settling.

JAN FEB MAR
NOV DEC

# Pending
# Received
# Answered
# Pending
# Over 20 Working Days
etwo archived

32
48
54
26
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LITIGATION

JAN FEB MAR
NOV DEC

Cases Pending
New Cases Received
l;- ' "'as Corpus

306 309
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SIGNIFXCANT DECISIONS OR ADVERSE DECISIONS:
FCI PETERSBURG - Posey v. Dewalt - In an order filed
December 13, 1999, the Court issued an opinion dismissing the
above habeas petition in which Posey sought transfer to a camp
and removal of a VA parole violation detainer he claimed was
preventing his transfer to a camp. In an excellent opinion,
the court found Posey had no due process rights to speedy
adjudication of the VA parole violation detainer, since he is
in custody on the federal sentence; and even if the VA
detainer adversely affects his federal classification, he is
not entitled to any procedural protections. The AUSA is being
requested to ask the Court to publish the decision.
Fel CUMBERLAND - Saunders v. United States of America - Our
motion for summary judgment was granted. Saunders, a
paraplegic inmate, alleged that we negligently maintained the
television switches in his unit. Because our housing units
did not have wheelchair ramps, the inmate backed up to the
pole with the switch and reached for the exposed metal switch
plate from behind. The judge did not order payment of an
initial filing fee because she believed FCI Cumberland had
not forwarded to her a copy of the Plaintiff's account
statement in a timely manner. We filed a motion for
reconsideration, explaining to the Court that the decision to
impose a filing fee is mandatory. The Court granted our
motion, ordered payment of an initial filing fee and the
subsequent installment payments.
FCI CONBERLAND - McSheffrey v. United States - Our motion for
summary judgment was granted. The inmate claimed that staff
were negligent because his property was stolen from his cell.
He also claimed that staff lost his sweat pants when packing
his property. He argued that staff had a pattern and
practice of negligently packing inmate property. The court
noted that the Plaintiff had failed to file an appropriate
response to the summary judgment motion. The Court stated
that the Plaintiff could not rely on Rule 56(f) to avoid
summary judgment based on various conclusory claims.

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Fel M7LAN - Fortino v. Scibana - This case involved a habeas
action challenging the 1997 version of 28 CFR §550.50, et
seq., specifically, the denial of early release to an inmate
with a Public Safety Factor of Sex Offender. The Court ruled
that the BOP acted within its discretion in denying the
Petitioner consideration for early release under 18 U.S.C.
§3621(e) (2) (B) based upon the inmate's inability to complete
the community-based transitional services component of RDAP
due to his classification as a sex offender, We have

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requested that the us Attorney's Office seek the Court's
permission to have the case published.
FeI PETERSBURG - Taylor v. Dewalt - This case was dismissed
in a very well reasoned order dated October 26, 1999. Inmate
Taylor challenged the BOP's decision to deny him halfway
house placement and home confinement because he refused to
participate in IFRP. He also claimed IFRP was
unconstitutional because the BOP was attempting to blackmail
him into making payments. Taylor also sought additional jail
time credit and complained his GCT was computed incorrectly.
Judge Brinkema dismissed his sentence computation issue based
upon his failure to exhaust administrative remedies. The
Court did note that he was not entitled to jail time credit
because his detention occurred prior to the date of his
offense; and that his GCT was computed properly because GCT
is awarded for time served. The Court permitted his
challenge to IFRP to proceed without exhaustion because
Taylor raised the constitutionality of the program. The
court found the program to be constitutional facially and as
applied to Taylor, as he has no right to halfway house
placement or home confinement under the statute.

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LEXINGTON - Holliday v. Ward, et al. - Plaintiff is an
inmate diagnosed as psychotic who has filed approximately 40
law suits in state and federal courts across the country as
far back as ~he 1930's. This suit arose after plaintiff's
unit manager and staff attorney dealt with his excessive
legal materials stored in the unit team room, and made the
inmate sort through his yellowing and molding papers and mail
out the closed litigation materials. The court used the
three strikes provision of the PLRA in entering a sua sponte
dismissal in this Bivens action after reviewing an extensive
list of his previously dismissed frivolous filings.
F.MC

SET~S:

FeI ~CBBSTZR - Stump v. United States - Administrative
Claim - We are in the initial stages of settling this
administrative, wrongful death case for $500,000.
We have
general agreement from plaintiff's counsel and Roger Einerson
of the Torts Branch, that $500,000 represents a good
settlement.
We are now waiting for plaintiff to determine
whether settlement will be a lump sum cash payment, or a
structured settlement. Rene Brinker Fornshill has been a
tremendous help to us acting as liaison with the Department.

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FCI MEMPHIS - Love v. United States - At the set"tlement
conference held December 8, 1999, Plaintiff agreed to settle
the case (he was struck on the head by a vent cover and

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libability was clear) for Sl,OOO and "appropriate" medical
evaluation.
NEW RFRA CASES AND UPDATES ON PREVIOUSLY REPOR'l'ED CASES,
TaLALS OR HEARINGS:

FeI ELK~ON - David Raymond Nugent v. John J. LaManna - The
government filed its brief with the Sixth Circuit Court of
Appeals. This case raises allegations of excessive exposure
to Environmental Tobacco Smoke (ETS). The district court
dismissed the complaint on summary judgment, finding
sufficient evidence that the defendant had made efforts to
enforce its smoking policy prohibiting smoking in housing
units. The inmate alleged that the policy was ineffe tive
a'nd that staff could not enforce the policy.

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Fel BECKLEY - Maydak v Olson - This case is an old Ensign
Amendment case, coupled with a challenge to staff members
rejecting commercially available nude photographs. The case·.
is being handled by Main Justice in D.C. An order was
entered December 14, 1999, requesting information as to
whether the Ensign Amendment language appeared in the 2000
budget and whether the Ensign Amendment was currently
enforced by the BOP. A response was filed in December,
indicating the Ensign language is in the current
appropriations bill; the Amendment is being enforced by BOP.
Fel ~CBESTER - Rose v. USA - Trial was held in this FTCA
case on November 30-December 1, 1999. Plaintiff's medical
expert did not establish the element of causality. He only
testified regarding the breach of duty element. Defendant's
counsel moved for summary judgment after plaintiff's
witnesses were finished testifying. Judge Kaufman granted
our motion, dismissing teh case with prejudice.

Inmate Marlo Evans was indicted September 28,
1999, for Possessing Contraband (Marijuana). He pled guilty
to .the charge December 6, 1999.
Fel BECKLEY -

Fel BECKLEY - Inmate William Brown was indicted September 28,
1999, for Possessing Contraband (Marijuana). He pled guilty
to the charge on December 7, 1999.

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FCl BECKLEY - Inmate Barry Parker was indicted December 8,

1999, for Possessing Contraband (Weapon).
Fel BECKLEY - Inmate Michael Kokoski walked away from FPC
Beckley in 1996. He was subsequently arrested in Montana and
has now been transported back to Beckley for prosecution for
escape. Trial is scheduled for February 2, 2000.
OSP TERRE HAUTE - Special Confinement Unit - The Federal

Death Penalty Resource Counsel Project has written, asking to
meet with the Director. They apparently want to address with
her concerns they have received frominrnates in the unit.
More specifically, they are concerned with the location of
the unit in Terre Haute, and the fact the unit is being run
as ··a closed unit.
On a related note, no execution date has yet been set for
Juan Raul Garza.
We are apparently waiting for the
Department to finalize new clemency regulations before the
date is set. We expect the Department to ask that the
execution date be set 90 days in advance, to allow more time
to consider the clemency application.

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SlTUATl:OHS 01' INTEREST, CONTACT WITH FEDJmAL BBNCB, HAZARDOUS
WASH Sl:ft:S, ETC.:
pel: M7LAN
Office in
strategic
effort in

- FCI Milan is working with the U.S. Attorney's
the development of the U.s. Attorney's Office
plan for FY 2000. We are asking for an increased
the prosecution of drug cases at FCI/FDC Milan.

Fel PE~BURG - On Wednesday, December 29, 1999, at
approximately 9:20 a.m., a UNICOR foreman had three inmates
working on a pipe in the UNICOR cable factory. When the
supervisor returned to the area he noticed that approximately
two linear feet of asbestos containing material had fallen
from the pipe and noticed that one inmate was sweeping up the
lagging. Safety was notified and safety informed the
supervisor to shut the job down. Subsequently, the site was
cleared of workers and the factory was closed; and an
abatement contractor came in for emergency removal and
testing. Initial testing showed elevated counts of asbestos
fibers in accordance with work place standards. The last test
results received on Monday, January 3, showed levels well
below acceptable standards and the factory was re-opened.
Safety directed, on January 29, 1999, that the three inmates
immediately involved be sent to medical for baseline testing.
However, medical reports that approximately 24 inmates showed
up to be tested. The review of the incident continues. The

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legal office has set up a file on the incident in
antic i pation of t o rt c laims, e tc .
Personnel Issues
Staff Leave and Travel

January 18-21 Washingt'on, D.C. - Legal Re-engineering
January 24-28 Greensville, VA - Visit VA DOC Facility
FCI ELKTON -

House Hunting Trip February 7-16, 2000

FCI PETERSBURG -

USP TERRE HAUTE -

- Washington D.C. Reengineering January 18-21, 2000

- Correctional
January 24- 2 8, 2000

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0

0

0

2

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

1

0

0

0

4

FTCA

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

HC

0

0

0

1

0

1

0

0

1

0

0

2

0

0

1

6

OTH

0

0

0

3

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

1

0

4

TOT

0

0

0

6

0

1

0

0

1

0

1

3

0

1

1

14

!

*Represents both the FCI and LSCI

e
CM

New Litigation Cases by Institution and Type
Received Calendar Year to Date

ALD

ASH

BEC

BUT CUM

ELK

LEX

MA

MEM

MIL

MRG

PET

SEY

MXR THA

TOT

N

*
BIV

0

1

1

3

3

2

1

2

1

2

2

3

0

0

8

29

FTeA

0

1

I

3

3

1

1

1

2

1

0

2

0

0

2

18

HC

2

2

4

13

9

3

17

7

4

11

3

8

0

2

7

92

OrH
TOT

0

0

0

28

0

1

3

0

1

0

0

3

0

I

1

38

2
4
6
47
*Represents both the FeI and LSCI

IS

7

22

10

8

14

5

16

0

3

18

177

J

 

 

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