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United States Government

memorandum
Date:
Reply to
Attn Of:

June 10, 1997

Sherree L. Stu rgis, Regi ona l Cou nse l
Southeast Region

SUbject:

May, 1997 SER Litigation

To:

SER CEOs, Regional Adm inistrators
In stitution Attorneys and Para lega ls
Wallace H. C heney, Genera l Counse l
Joyce Zo ldak, Assoc iate General Counse l
Regional Counsel

New Cases - Civil
I.
DONALD P. CHAPPELL v. VINCENT DISANTO
Court: Nort hern District of Georgia
Docket No.: 1:96 C V-I72S
In stituti on: USP Atlanta
Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subject : MEDICAL TREATMENTS
Facts alleged: ATL in mate in 1996 claim s that he has chronic pain from a foot injury from the Vietnam
war. Staff have refused pain medication. change in job, and special shoes.
Damages Requested : 400,000 .00; Not ass igned to spec ial monitoring
Assigned to: Jane Swift, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Atlanta, Ga; Terry Co llins, Attorney Advisor. ATL
2.
AUGUSTO G. FALCON v. PATRICK WHALEN
Court: Southern Di strict of Florida
Docket No.: 97-1488
Instituti on: FDC Miami
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT
Facts alleged: MIM inmate in 1997 c la im s confinement in SHU s in ce 1991 is not justified by sec urity
concerns and the refore is punishment without due process. He suffers menta l and medical problems as a
resu lt.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to spec ial monitoring
Assigned to: Robyn I-Iermann, Assistant U.S. Attorney. Chi ef, Civ il Division, Miami, Florida: Michael
Pybas, Attorney Advisor. MIM

3.
SALVADORMAGLUTA v. PATRICK WHALEN
Court: Southern District of Florida
Docket No.: 97-1490
Institution: FDC Miami
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT
Facts alleged: MIM inmate in 1997 claims confinement in SHU since 1991 is not justified by security
concerns and therefore is punishment without due process. He suffers mental and medical problems as a
result.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Robyn Hermann Assistant U.S. Attorney, Chief, Civil Division, Miami, Florida; Michael
Pybas, Attorney Advisor, MIM
4.
RICHARD FRESON v. US
Court: Southern District of Florida
Docket No.: 97-1373-CV-GRAHAM
Type of Case: Personal Liability and Tort
Subject: ASSAULTS
Facts alleged: Civilian working as a private courier in 1994 was assaulted by staff while
attempting to deliver a package to an employee at MIA. A staff member punched him in the
head, broke his glasses, and caused his head to strike a flagpole, resulting in extensive bleeding.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Vivian Rosado, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Miami Florida: Michael Pybas, Attorney Advisor,
MIM
5.
GILLERMO GIL v. WARDEN WILLIE J. SCOTT
Court: Northern District of Georgia
Docket No.: 1:96-CV-03071
Type of Case: Personal Liability and Tort
Subjects: MEDICAL TREATMENT, CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT
Facts alleged: Inmate claims in 1994 in ATL he injured his ankle playing soccer. Staff ignored a prison
hospital determination that he could eat in his unit. He was required to go down steps in housing unit and
to dining hall on crutches. Elevator did not work. He fell down the stairs injuring his neck and spine.
Access to medical care was delayed. Staffwould not permit food to be brought to him in his cell.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Curtis Anderson, Assistant u.S. Attorney, Chief. Civil Division, Atlanta, GA; Terry
Collins, Attorney Advisor, ATL
6.
CHARLES EDWARD HUNTER v. DANNY HOBBS
Court: Middle District of Florida
Docket No.: 97-422-CV -J-20A
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Facts alleged: COL inmate in 1997 claims his PSI Report is incorrect.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Ralph Lee Assistant U.S. Attorney, Jacksonville, Florida; Darrin Scott, Attorney Advisor,
COL

7.

DOROTHY JEAN JONES v. L. R. GREER

Court: Northern District of Florida
Docket No.: 497-CV-098
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: SENTENCING
Facts alleged: TAL inmate in 1997 seeks a one year credit for completing DAP. Credit was denied
because of two level enhancement on her sentence for possession of dangerous weapon.
Damages Requested: 400,000.00; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Jane Swift, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Atlanta, Ga; Terry Collins, Attorney Advisor, ATL

8.
JESSIE LEE MYLES v. UNITED STATES
Court: Northern District of Florida
Docket No.: 5:97-CV-76/RH-2/MD
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: SENTENCING
Facts alleged: MNA inmate in 1997 claims that he should be eligible for a one year credit on his sentence
for the completion of DAP because he is currently serving a sentence as a not based on a crime of
violence. He claims discrimination against current non-violent offender.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Michael Finney, Assistant U.S. Attorney, Pensacola, Florida; Sterling Dawson, Paralegal
Special, MNA
9.

ISHMAEL VALLADE v. BUREAU OF PRISONS et. al

Court: Northern District of Georgia
Docket No.: 1:96 CV-1332-RLV
Institution: USP, Atlanta
Type of Case: Federal Tort Claims Act
Subject: PROPERTY
Facts alleged: Inmate claims his property was lost when he was transferred from JES to GUA in 1994.
Damages Requested: 10,000.00; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Curtis Anderson; Assistant U.S. Attorney, Chief, Civil Division, Atlanta, GA; Terry
Collins, Attorney Advisor, ATL

Significant Activity On Existing Cases - Civil
1.
NICHOLAS LASORSA V. SALVATORE SEANEZ
Court: Northern District of Georgia
Institution: FCI, Marianna
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Facts: MNA inmate in 1996, claims should receive 12 month sentence reduction for completing (DAP).
He should not have been classified as "violent criminal" for use of weapon, as per BAILEY.
Significant Activity: 03-28-1997 Magistrate's report recommends dismissal based on inmate's request.
04-25-1997 Order dismisses case.

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2.

GEORGE JOHN LAURENTI V. STEVE MORTON, et al

Court: Southern District of Florida
Docket No.: CIV-96-2382

Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subject: ASSAULTS, MEDICAL TREATMENT
Facts Alleged: Hermann MIA inmate claims SORT used excessive force while quelling
disturbance during Hurricane Andrew in 1992. Evacuated to Duval County, no medical care for a rash.
Significant Activity: 05-07-1997 Order dismisses case for inmate's failure to appear at status conference.
Inmate is a fugitive.

3.
CHARLES RELIFORD v. U.S.
Court: Northern District of Georgia
Docket No.: 1:95-CV-l 002-JTC
Type of Case: Federal Tort Claims Act
Subject: PROPERTY
Facts Alleged: ATL inmate in 1994 seeks $100 for property lost in the mail where officer allegedly
refused to allow inmate to insure the package before sending it to TOG.
Significant Activity: 12-29-1996 Order dismisses case for inmate's failure to correct defects in service on
defendants. Appeal to Eleventh Circuit, 96.2347. 01-29-1997 Appeal dismissed.
4.
WILLIAM VASQUEZ V. U.S. BUREAU OF PRISONS, et a'
Court: Southern District of Florida
Docket No.: 92-2201-CIV-MARCUS
Type of Case:
Subject: Personal Liability
Facts Alleged: Inmate presently at SPG claims MIA staff members failed to secure his property when
placing him in administrative detention.
Significant Activity: 05-28-1997 Order dismisses case with prejudice.
5.
ELENA RIVERA V. U.S.
Court: Southern District of Florida
Docket No.: 93-1380-CIV-KING
Type of Case: Federal Tort Claims Act
Subject: TORT
Facts Alleged: Civilian alleges that in 1990, a MIA staff member was negligently operating a car which
collided with hers, causing her injury. Offered $37,000 in settlement of administrative claim.
Significant Activity: 05-17-1994 Dismissed based on settlement.

Criminal Cases
1.
GERRARDO RODRIGUEZ-RAMOS, 09407-069
Institution Tracking No.: ATL:95-7006
Name of Case: U.S. v. Rodriguez-Ramos
Court: FGAN, Docket No.: 1:97-CR-128
Institution: ATL
Date of Offense: 03-11-1996
Description: Inmate set fire to cell.
Special Monitoring: Not assigned to special monitoring
Status of Referral: Accepted
Update: 03-19-1997 Ind icted for arson. Tria I schedu led for 06-22-1997
Assigned to: AUSA: Dave Nahamias

2.

JOHN HUMMANSTI, 57495-065

Institution Tracking No.: ATL-96-0069
Name of Case : U.S. v . Humman sti
Court : FGAN, Docket No.:
Ins titution: ATL
Date of Offense: 12-13-1 996
Description: Inmate assa ult on staff member, C .O. C hri stine Sco tl.
Spec ia l Monitoring: Not ass ig ned to spec ial mo nitoring
S tatus of Referral: Accepted
Upda te: 03-19-1997 Indicted for Assaulting e.O .
Assigned to : AUSA: Joe Plummer
3.
DESMOND MORRI S, 83529-022
In stitutio n Tracking No.: ATL-96-0243
Name of Case: U.S . v. Desmond Mo rris
Cou rt : FGAN , Docket No.:
Institution : A TL
Date of Offense: 09-1 2-1996
Description : Inm ate assaulted staff. Jud i Parks. Robert Willis. Melvin Adams
Specia l Monitoring: Not assigned to special monitoring
Status of Referral: Accepted
Upd ate: Indicted , 05-29-1997 Pretrial Conference.
Assigned to: AUSA: Katherine Monahan

4.
JACK QUARLES, 42883-019
RICHARD ELlFF, 20244-001
In stituti on Track ing No.: ATL-96-0277
Name of Case: U.S . v. Quarles
Court : FGAN, Docket No.:
In stitution : ATL
Date of Offense: 10-10-1996
Descr ipti on: Escape - Inmates observed crossi ng street to convenience store.
Spec ia l Monitoring: Not ass ig ned to spec ial mo nitoring
Status of Referral: Accepted
Update: Pendin g indictment
Assigned to: AUSA: Beverly Mitchell
5.
ANTHONY BATTLE
Institutio n Tracking No.: ATL-94-4170
Name of Case: U.S. v. Battle
Court : FGAN , Docket No.: I :95-CR-528
In stitution : ATL
Date of Offense: 12-21-1994
Descri ption: Inm ate killed correctiona l officer, D'Antonio Was hingto n w ith hammer.
Spec ial Monitoring: Death of Staff
Status of Referral: Accepted
Update: Convicted, sentenced to death . 04-03-1997 Motion for New Trial. Sentencing Hearing and

Correction or Reductio n of Sentence.
Assigned to : AUSA: McKinnon. Jenkins

6.

RICKY JONES, 10724-018

In stitution Tracking No. :
Name of Case:
Court: , Docket No.:
Institution: JES
Date of Offense: 05-06-1997
Description: Inmate Michael Graham beaten on head. 24 sutures to close lacerat'ion.
Special Mon itoring: Not assigned to special monitoring
Status of Referral: Accepted
Update : Will indict for Assault with intent to kill.
Assigned to: AUSA:

7.
LARRY COWARD, 12989-056
TRAVIS JEFFERSON, 91086-071
Institution Tracki ng No.: 7034
Name of Case:
Court: , Docket No.:
Institution: EST
Date o f Offense: 05-04-197
Description: Inm ate Coward approac hed staff for film to take photos in visit in g room. Film given . When
camera bag searched later, found unopened can of film . Ca n conta ined marijuana.
Specia l Monitoring: Not assigned to special monitoring
Status of Referral: Accepted
Update: Await ing indictment.
Ass igned to: AUSA:

8.

STEVEN HOLLOWAY, 01839-112

Institution Tracking No. :
Name of Case:
Court: . Docket No.:
Institution: COM
Date of Offense: 05-22-1997
Desc ription : Inmate in SHU fo r assau lting inmate destroyed ce ll. Broke window. pulled holted in desk
fro m wall. Threw carton of milk, str iking staff member. When staff entered ce ll for forced move, soap
on noor caused staff to s lip. Injured two staff by striking with heavy object in sock.
Spec ia l Monitoring: Not assigned to special monitoring
Status of Referral: Accepted
Update : Indi ctment pending
Assigned to: AUSA:

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United States Government

memorandum
Date:
Reply to
Attn of:

July 8, 1997

herree L. Stur,is, R~giOnal Counsel
::Southeast Regio,', f~'to
S.

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Subject:
To:

~onthly

Rep&t (JiA.Ne)

R. L. Matthews, Regional Director
Wallace H. Cheney, General Counsel

SER CEOs, Regional Administrators
Associate General Counsel
Regional Counsel
Institution Attorneys and Paralegals

New Cases
1.
DEAN ALLEN CRAWFORD v. GREGORY PARKS
Court: Middle District of Florida
Docket No.:
97-53-CIV-Oc-10B
Institution:
FCC Coleman
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Facts alleged:
COL inmate claims in 1993 he was denied one year
credit after completing DAP program. His offense was classified
as a crime of violence.
Damages Requested: 0;
Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Reginald Luster, Assistant U.S. Attorney; Cindy
Tureaud, Paralegal Specialist

2.
RAY "DAVIS et. ale v. R. D. HUDSON et. ale
Court: Northern District of Georgia
Docket No.: 1:97-CV-50-JTC
Institution: USP Atlanta
Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subject: ASSAULTS
Facts alleged: ATL inmate claims in 1996 he and other inmates
were assaulted by the defendants while in holdover at ATL.

Attack was racially motivated. Seeks class action certification.
Supervisory personnel failed to discipline the assailant.
Damages Requested: 1,485,000;
Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Curtis Anderson, Assistant u.S. Attorney, Atlanta,
Ga;
Terry Collins, Attorney Advisor, ATL

3.
DESMOND LAWRENCE v. THOMAS KEOHANE
Court:
Northern District of Georgia
Docket No.: 1:97-CIV-36-GET
Institution: USP Atlanta
Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subject: ASSAULTS, RESTRAINTS
Facts alleged: ATL inmate in 1996 claims that staff assaulted him
with a broomstick and a walkie talkie causing injuries to his
anus and to his face.
Damages Requested: 110,000.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring
Assigned to: Terry Collins, Attorney Advisor, ATL
4.
JOHN E. MILLER v. WILLIE SCOTT et ale
Court:
Northern District of Georgia
Docket No.:
1: 96-CV-3380-GET
Institution: USP Atlanta
Type of Case: EEO
Subject: DISCRIMINATION
Facts alleged: ATL inmate claims in 1994 UNICOR fired him because
of physical handicap.
Stated reason for the firing was the
inmate's refusal to make payments on fine.
Damages Requested: 5,000,000.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring
Assigned to:
David Wright, Assistant u.S. Attorney, Atlanta, Gai
Terry Collins, Attorney Advisor, ATL
5.
PAULINUS CHIDI NJOKU v. JOHN FANELLO et ale
Court:
District of South Carolina
Docket No.: 9: 96-0300-32JC
Institution: FCI Estill
Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subject: ASSAULTS
Facts alleged: EST inmate claims in 1995 he was assaulted by inmate
gang members, resulting in his placement in SHU for protection.
Contrary to orders, while in SHU he was forced to recreate with
other inmates. Staff left him handcuffed in the recreation yard.
An unrestrained inmate who was a friend of the prior assailant
assaulted him.
Damages Requested: 2,275,000.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring
Assigned to: Barbara Bowen, Assistant U.S. Attorney, South

Carolina; Roy Lathrop, Paralegal, EST
6.
WILLIAM R. OMASTA v. GREGORY L. PARKS
Court: Middle District of Florida
Docket No.: 97-156 CV-OC lOb
Institution: FCC Coleman
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: SENTENCING
Facts alleged: COL inmate in 1997 seeks credit for time served in
state confinement.
He claims that his federal sentence was
ordered to run concurrent with his state sentence.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to spedial monitoring
Assigned to: Charles R. Wilson, US Attorney, Tampa, FI; Darrin
Scott, Attorney Advisor, COL
7.
WILLIAM MARTELL ROSADO v. GREGORY PARKS
Court: Middle District of Florida
Docket No.: 97-134-CV-OC-10b
Institution: FCC Coleman
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Facts alleged: COL inmate in 1997 claims he was denied the twelve
month credit after completing DAP. Credit was denied because the
inmate was sentenced under "old law" and because his sentence was
non-parolable.
Damages Requested: 0; Not 'assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Charles R. Wilson, US Attorney, Tampa, FI; Darrin
Scott, Attorney Advisor, COL
8.
DONALD ROY v. FPC MONTGOMERY WARDEN, et ale
Court: Middle District of Alabama
Docket No.: 97-D-778-N
Institution: FPC Montgomery
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: TRANSFERS, ACCESS TO COURTS
Facts alleged: Former MON inmate in 1997 seeks to be transferred
back to MON from a county jail. He claims the county jail has no
law library, no legal materials nor certified mail.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: John Harmon, Assistant u.S. Attorney, Montgomery,
AI; Van Vandivier, Deputy Regional Counsel, SER
9.
THOMAS LEE RUSH v. TOM L. WOOTEN
Court: Southern District of Georgia
Docket No.: CV-297-082
Institution: FCI Jesup
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: DUE PROCESS
Facts alleged: JES inmate in 1997 claims he was denied early
release for meal privileges that is usually given for compliance

with safety and sanitation guidelines.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Melissa Mundell, Assistant u.s. Attorney, Savanna,
Ga; Mike Dedman, Paralegal Specialist, JES
10. PABLO NELSON SARDINA v. WILLIAM PATRICK, et al.
Court:
District of South Carolina
Docket No.:
96-1564
Institution: FCI Miami
Type of Case: Injunction and Personal Liability
Subject: CLASSIFICATION, INMATE DISCIPLINE
Facts alleged: MIA inmate in 1996 claims that he did not agree
with an initial program review. When he asked to file a BP 9,
BOP staff retaliate against him by placing him in Administrative
Detention charge with presence in an unauthorized area.
Damages Requested: 5,650,000.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring
Assigned to:
Barbara Bowen, Assistant u.S. Attorney, South
Carolina; Roy Lathrop, Paralegal, EST
11. ANTONIO SMITH v. JANET RENO, et al.
Court: Northern District of Alabama
Docket No.:
96-B-3128-S
Institution: FCI Talladega
Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subject: CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT
Facts alleged: TOG inmate claims in 1995 while he was not placed
in a nonsmoking environment.
Damages Requested: 665,500.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring
Assigned to: Winfield Sinclair, Assistant U.S. Attorney,
Birmingham, AI; Craig Simmons, Attorney Advisor, TOG
12.
JEROME SPIEGEL v. U.S.
Court: Southern District of Florida
Docket No.: 97-1480-CIV-Moore
Institution: FCI Miami
Type of Case: FTCA
Subject: CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT
Facts alleged: MIA inmate in 1994 claims staff instructed him to
walk up a flight of stairs in the prison.
He fell on a broken
step. The inmate seeks compensation for alleged pain, medical
expenses and a physical handicap. He claims that he is no longer
able to work.
Damages Requested:
0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Robin Hermann, Chief of Civil Division, Miami, FI;
Kelly Tirik, Attorney Advisor, MIM

FCI, Mariana 1995 Disturbance Cases

ERIC L . CUE v. SAL SEANEZ, et al.
Court : NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Docket No .: 96 - cv - 43/LAC Type of Case : PL ;
Damages Req : $7 , 070 , 00 . 00
Subject : CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT, ASSAULTS
Institution: FCI, MARIANA
Facts Alleged : Inmate claims staff failed to prevent the 10 - 95
riot to revamp security . The lockdown caused 14 days of no
showers , recreation , clean clothing , access to legal materials ,
visits , phones , fresh air , hot water , and adequate food .
Significant Activity : 06 - 27 - 97 Action dismissed with prejudice as
to plaintiff's allegations of failure to protect , excessive
force , and conspiracy .
Dismissal without prejudice plaintiff ' s
allegations of unconstitutional conditions of confinement , denial
of access to courts, invasion of privacy , deprivation of privacy
without due process , and denial of medical care .
The inmate may
file an amended complaint on these issues , naming as defendants
only those individuals who are answerable to those claims .
ANGEL VAZQUEZ v. SAL SEANEZ
Court : NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Docket No .: 5 : 96cv 1 96/RH- 1/SMN; Type of Case: Personal Liability
Damages Req : $7 , 070,000
Subject : CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT, ASSAULTS, TELEPHONES, MEDICAL
TREATMENT
Institution : FCI, MARIANNA
Facts Alleged : Inmate claims staff failed to prevent the 10 - 95
riot to revamp security . The lockdown caused 14 days of no
showers , recreation , clean clothing , access to legal mat erials ,
visits , phones , fresh air , hot water , and adequate food.
Racial
discrimination , non-compliance with ITS . Chronic back problems ,
personal propert y co nfi scated and no ventilation .
Significant Activity: 06-10 - 97 Order adopts magistrate ' s report ,
dismisses without prejud i ce for failure to respond to court ' s
01 - 2 1 - 1997 order to show cause .

Significant Activity on Other Cases
JOHNNY L . BUTLER v . WILLIE C. SCOTT
Court : NORTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
Docket No .: 1 : 97 - cv - 638 -RLV; Type of Case : Habeas Corpus ; Damages
Req : $
Subj ect : HABEAS CORPUS
Institution : USP, ATLANTA
Facts Alleged: Inmate filed habeas corpus action , challeng ing
placement in disciplinary segregation .
Significant Activity : 06 - 11 - 1997 Order adopts magistrate ' s
report , dismisses action .
05 - 18-1997 Magistrate ' s report

recommends dismissal without prejudice for failure to exhaust
administrative remedies.
DAVID GREENBERG v. DENNIS JOHNSON, et al
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Docket No.: 93-30639/RV; Type of Case: Personal Liability;
Damages Req: $2,000,000
Subject: MEDICAL TREATMENT, WORK
Institution: FPC, EGLIN
Facts Alleged: Inmate in 1994 alleges he was ordered to
discontinue his cardiovascular exercises and ordered to wear
boots in violation of doctors orders.
He was prohibited from
work in Food Service. These restrictions prevented him from
participation in his Jewish religion.
Significant Activity: 06-10-97 Order adopts magistrate's report,
grants summary judgement, dismisses action.
05-08-1997
Magistrate's report finds the inmate failed to allege facts
sufficient to constitution cruel and unusual punishment.
The
inmate also failed to show that the denial of kosher foods for
two weeks substantially burdened the exercise of his religion.
Nor did an order to remove trash from tables on the Sabbath on
one occasion constitute a substantial burden.
DAVID ANDREW MONEY v. TOM WOOTEN
Court: SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
Docket No.: CV296-85; Type of Case: Personal Liability;
Damages Req: $500
Subject: MISCELLANEOUS
Institution: FCI, JESUP
Facts Alleged: JES inmate seeks $500 release gratuity to buy
clothing and get a place to live.
Special Monitoring: Not assigned to special monitoring
Significant Activity: 06-20-97 Order adopts 02-13-1997
magistrate's report, grants government's motion to dismiss.
JESSIE LEE MYLES v. SAL SEANEZ
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Docket No.: 5: 97cv76/RH2/MD; Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Institution: FCI, MARIANNA
Facts Alleged: Petitioner seeks habeas relief to receive a one
year reduction in sentence following his completion of a
substance abuse program.
Significant Activity: 06-05-97 Order adopts magistrate's report,
dismisses case.
05-20-1997 Magistrate's report recommends
dismissal for failure to exhaust administrative remedies.
MICHAEL HENRY SMITH v. THE BUREAU OF PRISONS, et al
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA

Docket No.: 96-AR-0384-E; Type of Case: Personal Liability;
Damages Req: $250,000
Subject: INMATE FUNDS, INMATE DISCIPLINE
Institution: FCI, TALLADEGA
Facts Alleged: Inmate in 1993 alleges that staff have put false
information in his file for which he was ultimately punished.
He
also alleges that his funds are being taken from his account
without his approval.
Significant Activity: 06-18-97 Order denies certification as a
class.
The government's motion for summary judgment is granted.
The complaint is dismissed.
DONACIANO CANATE TEJEDOR, et al v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Court: DISTRICT OF PUERTO RICO
Docket No.: 96-2655(SEC); Type of Case: FTCA; Damages
Req: $18,000
Subject: PROPERTY
Institution: MOC, GUAYNABO
Facts Alleged: Plaintiffs contend that during in-processing, two
gold Rolex Presidential wrist watches were taken from them, and
that they were not mailed to their family home in Columbia as
they were told they would be.
Significant Activity: 06-24-97 Order dismisses case because it
falls within FTCA exception for property detained by law
enforcement officials.
JAMES LEE WHITT v. WARDEN J. L. SIVLEY
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
Docket No.: 96-TMP-3073-E; Type of Case: Habeas Corpus;
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Institution: FCI, TALLADEGA
Facts Alleged: An action for habeas corpus relief in which the
petitioner alleges that he has been unconstitutionally denied the
benefits of an early release program established by Section 32001
of the 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act because
he was convicted of a crime of violence.
Significant Activity: 06-12-97 Order adopts magistrate's report,
dismisses case with prejudice. The BOP's definition of crime of
violence was not arbitrary or irrational. An agency's
interpretation of its own regulation is entitled to deference.
WELTON ZOLICOFFER v. BUREAU OF PRISONS
Court: ELEVENTH CIRCUIT
Docket No.: 96-2954; Type of Case: Habeas Corpus;
Subject: CLASSIFICATION, VISITING, ACCESS TO COURTS
Institution: FOC, MIAMI
Facts Alleged: Inmate in 1996 seeks to compel the BOP to classify
him according to policy. He was denied a special visit granted
another inmate in retaliation for his assistance to another

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inmate in litigation.

Significant Activity: 06-3-97 Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
denied the inmate's appeal because it is frivolous. 96-2954

Criminal Cases
1.
DEFENDANTS: Billy Ned Ashley #25088-004
Institution Tracking No.: ATL-0086
Name of Case: u. S. v. Ashley
Court:
FGAN
Docket No.: 1:97-CR-194
Institution:
ATL
Date Of Offense:
03/11/96
Description: Inmate Ashley stabbed inmate William Coiner
#11077-056 several times
with a shank.
Special Monitoring: Not assigned.
Status of Referral: Accepted.
Update: Defendant was indicted on assault charges on 5/7/97.
Assigned to: AUSA: Candy Howard FBI: Darren Cheney
2.
DEFENDANTS: Anthony Battle #11451-056
Institution Tracking No. ATL-94-4170
Name of Case: u.S. v. Battle
Court: FGAN
Docket No.: 1:95-CR-528
Institution: ATL
Date of Offense:
12/21/94
Description:
Inmate charged with homicide Officer D'Antonio
Washington.
Special Monitoring: Assigned due to death of staff member.
Status of Referral: Accepted.
Update: Motion For New trial and Sentencing Hearing and
Correction Or Reduction of Sentence
filed on April 3,
1997
Assigned to:
AUSA: Bill McKinnon, Jan Jenkins, FBI: Tyrone
Smith, USP: Terry Collins, Angie Wiesman
3.
DEFENDANTS: Johnnie Carter, Thomas Stevens
Institution Tracking No.: ATL-96-0273
Name of Case: u.S. v. Carter et al.,
Court: FGAN (Judge Tidwell)
Docket No.: 1:97-CR-257
Institution: ATL
Date of Offense: 11/96
Description: Staff involved in introducing bringing drugs into
institution.
Special Monitoring: Yes, defendants are ATL staff.
Status of Referral: Accepted.
Update: Carter and Stevens were indicted on 6/10/97 on Traffic in

Contraband Articles, and Conspiracy to Distribute a controlled
substance. Arraignment held on 6/18/97.
Pleas of Not Guilty
entered.
4.
DEFENDANTS: ~bert Trent, 35432-019
Name of Case:
u.s.
v. Trent
Institution: MIM
Institution Tracking Number: ASS-9601
Date of event: March 2, 1996
Court: Southern District of Florida
Court docket number: 96-2361-CV
Facts:
Inmate Albert Trent, 35430-019, committed an assault
(with serious injuries) on Inmate Alcindor Dark, 30633-004.
Inmate Trent hit inmate Dark with a lock in a sock.
Inmate Dark
sustained a broken jaw, and consequently had to have his mouth
wired shut and was hospitalized for an extended period of time.
Names and register numbers of victims: Alcindor Dark, 30633-004
Date referred for prosecution: March 2, 1996
Status of referral: Prosecution brought.
Date of decision on referral (date of indictment): March 2, 1996.
Reason for decline: N/A
Does the warden wish to challenge the decline: N/A
Status of prosecution: Pending.

5.
DEFENDANTS: Desmond Lawrence #83529-022
Institution Tracking No.: ATL-96-0243
Name of Case: u.S. v. Lawrence
Court: FGAN
Docket No. 1:96-CR-424
Institution: ATL
Date of Offense:
9/12/96
Description:
Inmate assaulted Judi Parks, Robert Willis and
Melvin Adams.
Special Monitoring: Not assigned.
Status of Referral: Accepted.
Update:
Status hearing held on May 7, 1997.
Pretrial status set
for May 29, 1997. AUSA has
requested that no further
action be taken in disciplinary process.
Assigned to: AUSA: Katherine Monahan FBI: Tyrone Smith USP:
Terry Collins

Travel Plans
Sturgis: Acting RD 7/16-18, 7/31-8/1
Vandivier: DHO Training 7/28-8/6
Cotton: AL 8/4-12

Rick De Aguiar is expected at MIM on 7/28
Honors Attorney Patricia DeJuneas is expected in SERO during the
week of 8/3.

United States Government

memorandum
Date:
Reply to
Attn of:

July 8, 1997

Sherree L. Sturgis, Regional Counsel
Southeast Region

Subject:

Monthly Report

To:

R. L. Matthews, Regional Director
Wallace H. Cheney, General Counsel
SER CEOs, Regional Administrators
Associate General Counsel
Regional Counsel
Institution Attorneys and Paralegals

New Cases
1.
DEAN ALLEN CRAWFORD v. GREGORY PARKS
Court: Middle District of Florida
Docket No.:
97-S3-CIV-Oc-10B
Institution:
FCC Coleman
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Facts alleged: COL inmate claims in 1993 he was denied one year
credit after completing DAP program. His offense was classified
as a crime of violence.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Reginald Luster, Assistant u.S. Attorney; Cindy
Tureaud, Paralegal Specialist
2.
RAY DAVIS et. ale v. R. D. HUDSON et. ale
Court: Northern District of Georgia
Docket No.: 1:97-CV-SO-JTC
Institution: USP Atlanta

Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subject: ASSAULTS
Facts alleged: ATL inmate claims in 1996 he and other inmates
were assaulted by the defendants while in holdover at ATL.
Attack was racially motivated. Seeks class action certification.
Supervisory personnel failed to discipline the assailant.
Damages Requested: 1,485,000;
Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Curtis Anderson, Assistant u.s. Attorney, Atlanta,
Ga;
Terry Collins, Attorney Advisor, ATL
3.
DESMOND LAWRENCE v. THOMAS KEOHANE
Court: Northern District of Georgia
Docket No.: 1:97-CIV-36-GET
Institution: USP Atlanta
Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subj ect : ASSAULTS, RESTRAINTS
Facts alleged: ATL inmate in 1996 claims that staff assaulted him
with a broomstick and a walkie talkie causing injuries to his
anus and to his face.
Damages Requested: 110,000.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring
Assigned to: Terry Collins, Attorney Advisor, ATL
4.
JOHN E. MILLER v. WILLIE SCOTT et ale
Court: Northern District of Georgia
Docket No.: 1:96-CV-3380-GET
Institution: USP Atlanta
Type of Case: EEO
Subject: DISCRIMINATION
Facts alleged: ATL inmate claims in 1994 UNICOR fired him because
of physical handicap. Stated reason for the firing was the
inmate's refusal to make payments on fine.
Damages Requested: 5,000,000.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring
Assigned to: David Wright, Assistant u.s. Attorney, Atlanta, Ga;
Terry Collins, Attorney Advisor, ATL
5.
PAULINUS CHIDI NJOKU v. JOHN FANELLO et ale
Court: District of South Carolina
Docket No.: 9: 96-0300-32JC
Institution: FCI Estill
Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subj ect : ASSAULTS

Facts alleged: EST inmate claims in 1995 he was assaulted by inmate
gang members, resulting in his placement in SHU for protection.
Contrary to orders, while in SHU he was forced to recreate with
other inmates. Staff left him handcuffed in the recreation yard.
An unrestrained inmate who was a friend of the prior assailant
assaulted him.
'Damages Requested: 2,275,000.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring
Assigned to: Barbara Bowen, Assistant u.S. Attorney, South
Carolina; Roy Lathrop, Paralegal, EST

6.
WILLIAM R. OMASTA v. GREGORY L. PARKS
Court: Middle District of Florida
Docket No.: 97-156 CV-OC lOb
Institution: FCC Coleman
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: SENTENCING
Facts alleged: COL inmate in 1997 seeks credit for time served in
state confinement. He claims that his federal sentence was
ordered to run concurrent with his state sentence.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Charles R. Wilson, US Attorney, Tampa, Fl; Darrin
Scott, Attorney Advisor, COL
7.
WILLIAM MARTELL ROSADO v. GREGORY PARKS
Court: Middle District of Florida
Docket No.: 97-134-CV-OC-10b
Institution: FCC Coleman
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Facts alleged: COL inmate in 1997 claims he was denied the twelve
month credit after completing DAP. Credit was denied because the
inmate was sentenced under (lold law" and because his sentence was
non-parolable.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to:
Charles R. Wilson, US Attorney, Tampa, Fl; Darrin
Scott, Attorney Advisor, COL
8.
DONALD ROY v. FPC MONTGOMERY WARDEN, et ale
Court: Middle District of Alabama
Docket No.: 97-D-778-N
Institution: FPC Montgomery
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: TRANSFERS, ACCESS TO COURTS

Facts alleged: Former MON inmate in
back to MON from a county jail. He
law library, no legal materials nor
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned
Assigned to: John Harmon, Assistant
AI; Van Vandivier, Deputy Regional

1997 seeks to be transferred
claims the county jail has no
certified mail.
to special monitoring
u.s. Attorney, Montgomery,
Counsel, SER

9.
THOMAS LEE RUSH v. TOM L. WOOTEN
Court: Southern District of Georgia
Docket No.: CV-297-082
Institution: FCI Jesup
Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: DUE PROCESS
Facts alleged: JES inmate in 1997 claims he was denied early
release for meal privileges that is usually given for compliance
with safety and sanitation guidelines.
Damages Requested: 0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Melissa Mundell, Assistant u.S. Attorney, Savanna,
Ga; Mike Dedman, Paralegal Specialist, JES
10. PABLO NELSON SARDINA v. WILLIAM PATRICK, et ale
Court: District of South Carolina
Docket No.:
96-1564
Institution: FCI Miami
Type of Case: Injunction and Personal Liability
Subject: CLASSIFICATION, INMATE DISCIPLINE
Facts alleged: MIA inmate in 1996 claims that he did not agree
with an initial program review. When he asked to file a BP 9,
BOP staff retaliate against him by placing him in Administrative
Detention charge with presence in an unauthorized area.
Damages Requested: 5,650,000.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring
Assigned to: Barbara Bowen, Assistant u.S. Attorney, South
Carolina; Roy Lathrop, Paralegal, EST
11. ANTONIO SMITH v. JANET RENO, et ale
Court: Northern District of Alabama
Docket No.:
96-B-3128-S
Institution: FCI Talladega
Type of Case: Personal Liability
Subject: CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT
Facts alleged: TDG inmate claims in 1995 while he was not placed
in a nonsmoking environment.
Damages Requested: 665,500.00; Not assigned to special
monitoring

Assigned to: Winfield Sinclair, Assistant u.S. Attorney,
Birmingham, Ali Craig Simmons, Attorney Advisor, TDG
12. JEROME SPIEGEL v. U.S.
Court: Southern District of Florida
Docket No.: 97-1480-CIV-Moore
Institution: FCI Miami
Type of Case: FTCA
Subject: CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT
Facts alleged: MIA inmate in 1994 claims staff instructed him to
walk up a flight of stairs in the prison. He fell on a broken
step. The inmate seeks compensation for alleged pain, medical
expenses and a physical handicap. He claims that he is no longer
able to work.
Damages Requested:
0; Not assigned to special monitoring
Assigned to: Robin Hermann, Chief of Civil Division, Miami, Fl;
Kelly Tirik, Attorney Advisor, MIM

FCl, Mariana 1995 Disturbance Cases
ERIC L. CUE v. SAL SEANEZ, et ale
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Docket No.: 96-cv-43/LAC Type of Case: PLi
Damages Req: $7,070,00.00
Subject: CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT, ASSAULTS
Institution: FCI, MARIANA
Facts Alleged: Inmate claims staff failed to prevent the 10-95
riot to revamp security. The lockdown caused 14 days of no
showers, recreation, clean clothing, access to legal materials,
visits, phones, fresh air, hot water, and adequate food.
Significant Activity: 06-27-97 Action dismissed with prejudice as
to plaintiff's allegations of failure to protect, excessive
force, and conspiracy. Dismissal without prejudice plaintiff's
allegations of unconstitutional conditions of confinement, denial
of access to courts, invasion of privacy, deprivation of privacy
without due process, and denial of medical care.
The inmate may
file an amended complaint on these issues, naming as defendants
only those individuals who are answerable to those claims.
ANGEL VAZQUEZ v. SAL SEANEZ
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Docket No.: 5: 96cv196/RH-l/SMN; ~e of Case: Personal Liability
Damages Req: $7,070,000
Subject: CONDITIONS OF CONFINEMENT, ASSAULTS, TELEPHONES, MEDICAL

TREATMENT
Institution: FCI, MARIANNA
Facts Alleged: Inmate claims staff failed to prevent the 10-95
riot to revamp security. The lockdown caused 14 days of no
showers, recreation, clean clothing, access to legal materials,
visits, phones, fresh air, hot water, and adequate food. Racial
discrimination, non-compliance with ITS. Chronic back problems,
personal property confiscated and no ventilation.
Significant Activity: 06-10-97 Order adopts magistrate's report,
dismisses without prejudice for failure to respond to court's
01-21-1997 order to show cause.

Significant Activity on Other Cases
JOHNNY L. BUTLER v. WILLIE C. SCOTT
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
Docket No.: 1:97-cv-638-RLV; ~e of Case: Habeas Corpus; Damages
Req: $
Subject: HABEAS CORPUS
Institution: USP, ATLANTA
Facts Alleged: Inmate filed habeas corpus action, challenging
placement in disciplinary segregation.
Significant Activity: 06-11-1997 Order adopts magistrate's
report, dismisses action.
05-18-1997 Magistrate's report
recommends dismissal without prejudice for failure to exhaust
administrative remedies.
DAVID GREENBERG v. DENNIS JOHNSON, et al
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Docket No.: 93-30639/RVj Type of Case: Personal Liability;
Damages Req: $2,000,000
Subject: MEDICAL TREATMENT, WORK
Institution: FPC, EGLIN
Facts Alleged: Inmate in 1994 alleges he was ordered to
discontinue his cardiovascular exercises and ordered to wear
boots in violation of doctors orders. He was prohibited from
work in Food Service. These restrictions prevented him from
participation in his Jewish religion.
Significant Activity: 06-10-97 Order adopts magistrate's report,
grants summary judgement, dismisses action.
05-08-1997
Magistrate's report finds the inmate failed to allege facts
sufficient to constitution cruel and unusual punishment. The
inmate also failed to show that the denial of kosher foods for
two weeks substantially burdened the exercise of his religion.

Nor did an order to remove trash from tables on the Sabbath on
one occasion constitute a substantial burden.
DAVID ANDREW MONEY v. TOM WOOTEN
Court: SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
Docket No.: CV296-85; ~e of Case: Personal Liability;
Damages Req: $500
Subject: MISCELLANEOUS
Institution: FCI, JESUP
Facts Alleged: JES inmate seeks $500 release gratuity to buy
clothing and get a place to live.
Special Monitoring: Not assigned to special monitoring
Significant Activity: 06-20-97 Order adopts 02-13-1997
magistrate's report, grants government's motion to dismiss.
JESSIE LEE MYLES v. SAL SEANEZ
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF FLORIDA
Docket No.: 5: 97cv76/RH2/MD; Type of Case: Habeas Corpus
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Institution: FCI, MARIANNA
Facts Alleged: Petitioner seeks habeas relief to receive a one
year reduction in sentence following his completion of a
substance abuse program.
Significant Activity: 06-05-97 Order adopts magistrate's report,
dismisses case.
05-20-1997 Magistrate's report recommends
dismissal for failure to exhaust administrative remedies.
MICHAEL HENRY SMITH v. THE BUREAU OF PRISONS, et al
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
Docket No.: 96-AR-0384-E; ~e of Case: Personal Liability;
Damages Req: $250,000
Subject: INMATE FUNDS, INMATE DISCIPLINE
Institution: FCI, TALLADEGA
Facts Alleged: Inmate in 1993 alleges that staff have put false
information in his file for which he was ultimately punished. He
also alleges that his funds are being taken from his account
without his approval.
Significant Activity: 06-18-97 Order denies certification as a
class. The government's motion for summary judgment is granted.
The complaint is dismissed.
DONACIANO CANATE TEJEDOR, et al v. UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Court: DISTRICT OF PUERTO RICO
Docket No.: 96-2655(SEC); Type of Case: FTCA; Damages
Req: $18,000

Subject: PROPERTY
Institution: MDC, GUAYNABO
Facts Alleged: Plaintiffs contend that during in-processing, two
gold Rolex Presidential wrist watches were taken from them, and
that they were not mailed to their family home in Columbia as
they were told they would be.
Significant Activity: 06-24-97 Order dismisses case because it
falls within FTCA exception for property detained by law
enforcement officials.
JAMES LEE WHITT v. WARDEN J. L. SIVLEY
Court: NORTHERN DISTRICT OF ALABAMA
Docket No.: 96-TMP-3073-E; ~e of Case: Habeas Corpus;
Subject: CLASSIFICATION
Institution: FCI, TALLADEGA
Facts Alleged: An action for habeas corpus relief in which the
petitioner alleges that he has been unconstitutionally denied the
benefits of an early release program established by Section 32001
of the 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act because
he was convicted of a crime of violence.
Significant Activity: 06-12-97 Order adopts magistrate's report,
dismisses case with prejudice. The BOP's definition of crime of
violence was not arbitrary or irrational. An agency's
interpretation of its own regulation is entitled to deference.
WELTON ZOLICOFFER v. BUREAU OF PRISONS
Court: ELEVENTH CIRCUIT
Docket No.: 96-2954; Type of Case: Habeas Corpus;
Subject: CLASSIFICATION, VISITING, ACCESS TO COURTS
Institution: FDC, MIAMI
Facts Alleged: Inmate in 1996 seeks to compel the BOP to classify
him according to policy. He was denied a special visit granted
another inmate in retaliation for his assistance to another
inmate in litigation.
Significant Activity: 06-3-97 Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals
denied the inmate's appeal because it is frivolous. 96-2954

Criminal Cases
1.
DEFENDANTS: Billy Ned Ashley #25088-004
Institution Tracking No.: ATL-0086
Name of Case: U. S. v. Ashley
Court:
FGAN
Docket No.: 1:97-CR-194

Institution:
ATL
Date Of Offense: 03/11/96
Description: Inmate Ashley stabbed inmate William Coiner
#11077-056 several times
with a shank.
Special Monitoring: Not assigned.
Status of Referral: Accepted.
Update: Defendant was indicted on assault charges on 5/7/97.
Assigned to: AUSA: Candy Howard FBI: Darren Cheney
2.
DEFENDANTS: Anthony Battle #11451-056
Institution Tracking No. ATL-94-4170
Name of Case: U.S. v. Battle
Court: FGAN
Docket No.: 1:95-CR-528
Institution: ATL
Date of Offense: 12/21/94
Description:
Inmate charged with homicide Officer D'Antonio
Washington.
Special Monitoring: Assigned due to death of staff member.
Status of Referral: Accepted.
Update: Motion For New trial and Sentencing Hearing and
Correction Or Reduction of Sentence
filed on April 3,
1997
Assigned to: AUSA: Bill McKinnon, Jan Jenkins, FBI: Tyrone
Smith, USP: Terry Collins, Angie Wiesman
3.
DEFENDANTS: Johnnie Carter, Thomas Stevens
Institution Tracking No.: ATL-96-0273
Name of Case: U.S. v. Carter et al.,
Court: FGAN (Judge Tidwell)
Docket No.: 1:97-CR-257
Institution: ATL
Date of Offense: 11/96
Description: Staff involved in introducing bringing drugs into
institution.
Special Monitoring: Yes, defendants are ATL staff.
Status of Referral: Accepted.
Update: Carter and Stevens were indicted on 6/10/97 on Traffic in
Contraband Articles, and Conspiracy to Distribute a controlled
substance. Arraignment held on 6/18/97. Pleas of Not Guilty
entered.

4.
DEFENDANTS: Albert Trent, 35432-019
Name of Case: U.s. v. Trent

Institution: MIM
Institution Tracking Number: ASS-9601
Date of event: March 2, 1996
Court: Southern District of Florida
Court docket number: 96-2361-CV
Facts:
Inmate Albert Trent, 35430-019, committed an assault
(with serious injuries) on Inmate Alcindor Dark, 30633-004.
Inmate Trent hit inmate Dark with a lock in a sock.
Inmate Dark
sustained a broken jaw , and consequently had to have his mouth
wired shut and was hospitalized for an extended period of time.
Names and register numbers of victims: Alcindor Dark , 30633-004
Date referred for prosecution: March 2, 1996
Status of referral: Prosecution brought.
March 2, 1996.
Date of decision on referral (date of indictment)
Reason for decline: N/A
Does the warden wish to challenge the decline: N/A
Status of prosecution: Pending.
5.
DEFENDANTS: Desmond Lawrence #83529-022
Institution Tracking No.: ATL-96-0243
Name of Case: u.S. v. Lawrence
Court: FGAN
Docket No. 1:96-CR-424
Institution: ATL
Date of Offense:
9/12/96
Description:
Inmate assaulted Judi Parks, Robert Willis and
Melvin Adams.
Special Monitoring: Not assigned.
Status of Referral: Accepted.
Update: Status hearing held on May 7, 1997. Pretrial status set
for May 29, 1997. AUSA has
requested that no further
action be taken in disciplinary process.
Assigned to: AUSA: Katherine Monahan FBI: Tyrone Smith USP:
Terry Collins

Travel Plans
Sturgis: Acting RD 7/16-18, 7/31-8/1
Vandivier: DHO Training 7/28 - 8/6
Cotton: AL 8/4-12
Rick De Aguiar is expected at MIM on 7/28

Honors Attorney Patricia DeJuneas is expected in SERO during the
week of 8/3.

 

 

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