IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF ILLINOIS
July 11, 2012
CHAD P. KELLER, PETITIONER,
JAMES CROSS,*FN1 RESPONDENT.
The opinion of the court was delivered by: Herndon, Chief Judge:
This matter comes before the Court for purposes of case management. Petitioner's pending writ of habeas corpus and motion for summary judgment generally allege the warden at FCI Greenville violated his constitutional rights by (1) failing to consider him for placement in a Residential Re-Entry Center (RRC) for a period longer than six months; (2) administering the Bureau of Prisons (BOP) policy, which either officially or unofficially, establishes six months or less as the default time for RRC placement; and (3) failing to make an individualized determination concerning his placement (Doc. 1); (Doc. 12). Petitioner has been advised of his continuing obligation to keep the Clerk and each opposing party informed of any change in his whereabouts during the pendency of this action. It is petitioner's obligation to inform the Clerk of any change in his whereabouts in writing not later than seven (7) days after transfer or other change in address occurs (Doc. 3). Nevertheless, the Court has independently determined that petitioner is currently placed at an RRC. Accordingly, petitioner is ORDERED TO SHOW CAUSE by August 10, 2012, why his case should not be dismissed as MOOT. Failure to respond by August 10, 2012, shall result in dismissal of petitioner's claims with prejudice without further notice.
IT IS SO ORDERED. Digitally signed by
Date: 2012.07.11 12:05:09 -05'00'
David R. Herndon Chief Judge United States District Court