United States District Court, D. Massachusetts
ORDER ADOPTING REPORT AND RECOMMENDATION
A. O'Toole, Jr. United States District Judge
magistrate judge to whom this matter was referred has
recommended that this action be dismissed without prejudice
for failure to comply with her procedural order concerning
the filing fee. No objections were filed in response to the
magistrate judge's Report and Recommendation
(“R&R”). After reviewing the R&R, the
procedural order, and the petitioner's submissions, I
ADOPT the R&R (dkt. no. 6) in its entirety. The case is
dismissed without prejudice.
FOR REASSIGNMENT TO DISTRICT JUDGE AND REPORT AND
RECOMMENDATION FOR DISMISSAL
following reasons, the Court directs the reassignment of this
case to a District Judge and recommends that the District
Judge to whom this case is reassigned to dismiss this action
Ronald Little, an inmate confined to Federal Medical Center,
Devens, in Massachusetts ("FMC Devens"), filed a
petition for a writ of habeas corpus, pursuant to 28 U.S.C.
§ 2241. This action was randomly assigned to the
undersigned Magistrate Judge pursuant to the District
Court's Program for Random Assignment of Civil Cases to
Procedural Order dated September 1, 2017, petitioner was
advised that if he wishes to proceed with this action, he
either must pay the $5 filing fee or file a motion for leave
to proceed in forma pauperis with a copy of his prison
Court's records indicate that petitioner has not
responded to the Procedural Order and the time to do so
expired on September 22, 2017.
Order for Reassignment
Court will direct that the case file for this action be
returned to the Clerk's Office for REASSIGNMENT to a
District Judge for dismissal without prejudice.
Recommendation to the District Judge
foregoing reasons, the Court recommends that the District
Judge to whom this case is reassigned that this action be
dismissed without prejudice for failure to comply ...