Monday, August 22, 2005

On a Bivens claim against the officials at USP-Lee

In Adams v. Compton, Magistrate Judge Urbanski disposed in 25 pages of the constitutional and statutory claims of an inmate at the federal prison in Lee County, recommending that summary judgment be granted for the defendants.

The only fact that bothered me about the case was the fact about no film in the video camera, which made me think of another case where the batteries in the video camera were dead. Is this a recurring scenario in prisoner litigation, the officers cannot get the video camera to work until after the dust has settled?

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