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UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT

memorandum
February 10, 2002

Date:

Attn of:

Sherree L. Sturgis, Regional Counsel, Southeast Region
Federal Bureau of Prisons, Atlanta, GA 30331

Subject:

Monthly Report - January 2002

RepIyto

Christopher Erlewine, Assistant Director/General Counsel
Federal Bureau of Prisons
Washington, D.C. 20534

To:

I.

ADMINISTRATIVE LEGAL ACTIVITIES - SUMMARY REPORT
A

Administrative Tort Claims - 2002

JAN

(,

Pending on 1"

112

Rec'd in month

70

Recons. rec'd

0

Ans'din month

36

Pending at end

131

Over 180 days

16·

FEB

MAY

APR

JUL

}UN

COL

EDG

EG

EST

GUA

JES

MIA

MIM

MNA

L

PENDIN
>60
DAYS

SEP

ocr

NOV

DEC

Pending
Info from
Inst.-5

Tort Claim Investigation Status: As of Febrwuy 7, 2002
ATL

G

AUG

Pending Settlement, Settlement AuthOrity, OQM and/or AFIP Referral-7

• OIA Referrals -4

B.

MAR

MO

PE

TA

N

N

L

TOG

YAZ

SE~

53

13

9

1

5

2

0

5

4

1

2

1

7

4

9

15

13

0

0

0

I

0

0

2

0

I

0

1

0

0

0

13

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·Pending settlement authority, OQM and AFIPReCerraI-7.
·Pending additional infonnation from claimant and/or representative-6.

c.

FOI/Privacy Act Requests - 2002
JAN

Pending on 1~t

22

Rec'd in month

41

Ans'd in month

41

Pending at end

17

Over 30 days

D.
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MAY

JUN

AUG

SEP

NOV

OCT

DEC

FOIA Requests for records: As of Ianuary 2002
COL

EGL

PENDING

3

2

>30

0

0

JES

MIA

MIM

MNA

MON

PEN

0

1

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

0

EST

GUA

1

1

0

0

DAYS

E.

JUL

0

ATL

\.

APR

MAR

FEB

Administrative Remedies 2002

4508

TAL

TOG

YAZ

EDG

2

I

0

6

1

0

0

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II. LITIGATION ACTIVI1Y - 2002 SOUTHEAST REGION
A

Summary Report
FEB

JAN

Cases Open

250

New Cases

MAR

APR

MAY

JON

JUL

AUG

SEP

OCT

9

FTCA

1

Bivens

3·

Other

2

Bivens/FTCA

0

Lit Reports

15

Cases Closed

DEC

Tot

283

15

Habeas Corpus

NOV

15

6

B.

Settlements and Awards: None reported

C.

Significant Cases. Trials. Hearings. Other:
I.

NEW CASES:
a.

Cecil Simon v. Willie Scott, 1:01-cv-2179-RWS (FGAN)
Bivens Case. USP Atlanta and USP Lewisburg. Plaintiff alleges he was not
given adequate medical treatment for Glaucoma by staff at USP Lewisburg
and USP Atlanta. Plaintiff alleges he was deniee access to outside medical
treatment in time to save his left eye. AUSA not yet assigned.

b.

Toe Tefferson v. D.L. Hobbs, CV 201-217 (FGAS)
Habeas Corpus Petition. FCI Jesup. Inmate challenges the Sex Offender
Public Safety Factor. AUSA Melissa Mundell.

c.

BondaIy McCall v. D.L. Hobbs, CV 201-219 (FGAS)
Habeas Corpus Petition. FCI Jesup. Petitioner challenges his required
participation in the Inmate Financial Responsibility Program. AUSA Larry
Lee.

d.

Eulee Scott v. D.L. Hobbs, CV 201-178 (FGAS)

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Habeas Corpus Petitioner. FCI Jesup. Inmate challenges the Sex Offender
Public Safety Factor. AUSA Delora Grantham.

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e.

David L. Carter v. Kathleen Sawyer, No Number (FGAS)
Habeas Corpus Petition. FCI Yazoo City. Petitioner alleges a severe
public safety hazard exists at FCI Yazoo City. AUSA Delora Grantham.

f.

Anthony Posada v. Khurshid, 5:01-cv-365RG (FMSS)
Habeas Corpus Petition. FCI Yazoo City. Petitioner alleges his ~entences
should run concurrently.

g.

Gabriel Scaff-Martinez v. U.S., 5:01-cv-0254 (FMSS)
flCA Case. FCI Yazoo City. Plaintiff filed three separate tort claims
alleging some of his personal property and legal documents had been lost
by staff after he was placed in SHU in retaliation for filing another lawsuit.
AUSA David Usry.

h.

William L. Ferreira v. Dan Dove, no number (FSC)
Habeas Corpus Petition. FCI Edgefield. Petitioner alleges he is not
receiving adequate medical care for his degenerative dis disease and staff
are covering this lack of medical care by classifying him as suffering from
generalized anxiety. AUSA Barbara Bowens.

i.

Patrick Anthony Menillo v. Dan Dove, 3:01-4444-23BC (FSC)
Habeas Corpus Petition. FCI Edgefield. Petitioner alleges he has not
received all jail credit. AUSA Barbara Bowens.

j.

lohn Albritton v. FBOP, 01-704-CN-MOORE (FFLS)
Bivens Case. FCI Miami. Plaintiff alleges staff have violated his Eighth
Amendment rights to be free from cruel and unusual punishment by
providing him with' inadequate living space, inadequate vertical space
between bunk-beds, unit overcrowding, and fire hazardous conditions.
AUSA Robert Bondi.

k.

lose Fernandez-Toledo v. (FNUl Mercado, OI-3545-civ-king (FFLS)
Habeas Corpus Petition. FCI Miami. Petitioner alleges he is not receiving
adequate medical treatment for an injury he received as a result of lifting
a mail cart. AUSA not yet aSSigned.

1.

I.K v. Mark Henry, 5:01-cv288/MP/SMN (FFLN)

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Habeas Corpus Petition. FCI Marianna. Petitioner alleges he has not
received all good time credit available. AUSA Mike Finney.
m.

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Luis Martinez v. Mark Henry. 5:01-cv-276/MMP/SMN (FFLN)
Habeas Corpus Petition. FCI Marianna. Petitioner alleges he has not
received jail credit for time spent in pre-trial status. Petitioner,also alleges
the USMS and State of Florida have placed illegal detainers against him,
which prohibits his ability to received numerous BOP benefits. AUSA
Mike Finney.

2.

HEARINGS: No Significant hearing reported this period.

3.

TRIALS: No Significant trials reported this period

4.

OTHER: None

5.

CLOSED CASES

a.

Smith v. Ray (FCI Edgefield)
2:01-239-1 SAJ (FSC)
Dismissed Without Prejudice
December 14, 2001

b.

Smith v. Vazquez (FPC Eglin)
3:01-CV-169/RV/MD
Petition Denied
January 2, 2002

c.

Van Riper v. Swope, (FCI Estill)
5:01-CV-238-0C-I0 GRJ
Dismissed Without Prejudice
December 13, 2001

d.

Coiner v. U.S. (USP Atlanta)
99-cv-294 OC-I0GRJ
Dismissed
January 24, 2002

e.

Philmore v. Dove, (FCI Edgefield)
9:01-1938-17RB

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Summary Judgement
Januar 18, 2002
f.

Royster v. Dove. wt aI., ( FCI Edgefield)
2:01-0576-23
S.l. in part/dismiss without prejudice
January 10, 2001

D.

RELIGIOUS CASES: None Reported

E.

ENSIGN AMENDMENT CASES: None Reported.

F.

PLRA 1915 DISMISSALS: None Reported.

III

CRIMINAL CASES:

No significant reporting.

IV

TRAVEL FOR DECEMBER 2001

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V

MISCELLANEOUS: None

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