United States District Court, N.D. Texas, Dallas Division
FINDINGS, CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATION OF THE
UNITED STATES MAGISTRATE JUDGE
HARRIS TOLIVER JUDGE
to 28 U.S.C. § 636(b) and Special Order 3, this
civil action was referred to the United States magistrate
judge for case management, including findings and a
recommended disposition. Upon review of the relevant
pleadings and applicable law, this action should be summarily
DISMISSED WITH PREJUDICE.
27, 2019, Habibullah filed a pro se complaint on the
prisoner's civil rights complaint form against the Chief
of the Dallas Police Department and the Chief of the Dallas
Area Rapid Transit Police Department. Doc. 3 at 1,
3; Doc. 6 at 5. Habibullah, who apparently is
homeless, complains that Defendants refused “to protect
and keep him from being stalked, followed and cased by gang
members.” Doc. 3 at 3. He avers:
Plaintiff arrived in Dallas, Texas, on 3/13/19 and did make
contact with Chief of Police Office concerning 2 murder for
hire contract that's been placed against Plaintiff life.
Plaintiff made Chief of Police office aware that gang members
is in fact stalking, casing and following him for the sole
purpose of murdering him for the monies that's been put
up by drug kin-pins to have him murdered. Plaintiff also have
several pictures of those gang members whose been following
him in his google account.
Doc. 3 at 4 (misspelling and grammatical errors in
also asserts that his “life is in serious danger”
and further alleges:
On 4-16-19, SVC #CF5-2019-060237 was riding on public
transportation bus #11 coming down Maclom X Street when three
vehicles smashed into back of bus! Thomas Law Office was
defending Plaintiff when trying to obtained records to above
case # they were blocked by Dallas Area Rapid Transit as well
as Plaintiff when trying to make an attempt to get records
for all parties involved.
Doc. 3 at 5 (misspelling and grammatical errors in
construed, Habibullah's complaint seeks an investigation
into the foregoing allegations. Doc. 3 at 4.
Habibullah also requests “all records of parties that
was [sic] involved and any other relief that this court see
fit.”” Doc. 3 at 5.
on July 5, 2019, Habibullah filed pleading titled, Motion
for Immediate Action, in which he asserts:
On 7/4/19, I was being following by a person whom I notice
followed Plaintiff last week to Arlington Tx as well as
several other individuals whom was waiting on me to try and
perform a physical acted against my life for the murder for
hire contract. Let the record reflect Im constantly under
watch by Dallas Tx gang members whom are trying to murder me!
Can this Court issue an order having agents investigate?
Doc. 7 (misspelling and grammatical errors in