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Randle v. Vitale

March 24, 2010

ANWAR RANDLE, PLAINTIFF,
v.
RON VITALE, ET AL., DEFENDANTS.



The opinion of the court was delivered by: Herndon, Chief Judge

MEMORANDUM AND ORDER

In an order entered February 9, 2010 (Doc. 6), the Court found that three of the five claims presented in the complaint were unrelated to each other or to the other two claims. In that order, the Court advised Plaintiff Anwar Randle of the Court's intention to sever those three claims into three new lawsuits. The Court also gave Randle thirty days to voluntarily dismiss those claims, so as to avoid the imposition of three additional filing fees. To date, the Court has received no communication from Randle of any kind, and that thirty-day period elapsed over a week ago. Thus, the Court will proceed to sever those claims into new actions. To clarify the five claims as they currently exist:

COUNT 1: Against Defendant Santos for deliberate indifference to his medical needs with respect to neck and back injuries;

COUNT 2: Against Defendant Santos for deliberate indifference to his medical needs with respect to his skin condition;

COUNT 3: Against Defendants Morrison, Vitale, Holtmann, Bateman, Payne, Rodgers and Davidson for conducting an improper disciplinary proceeding against him out of retaliation for a lawsuit Randle filed in July 2008;

COUNT 4: Against Defendant Illinois Department of Corrections for a discriminatory policy in the awarding of meritorious good conduct credit;

COUNT 5: Against Defendant Illinois Prisoner Review Board for imposing a term of mandatory supervised release.

SEVERANCE OF CLAIMS

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that COUNT 3, COUNT 4 and COUNT 5 are EACH SEVERED into a new case. Those new cases shall be:

(1) Against Defendants Morrison, Vitale, Holtmann, Bateman, Payne, Goodman, Rodgers and Davidson for conducting an improper disciplinary proceeding against him out of retaliation for a lawsuit Randle filed in July 2008;

(2) Against Defendant Illinois Department of Corrections for a discriminatory policy in the awarding of meritorious good conduct credit;

(3) Against Defendant Illinois Prisoner Review Board for imposing a term of mandatory supervised release.

IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that each of those new cases shall be assigned to the undersigned judicial ...


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