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Kimble v. United States

Decided: January 14, 1991.

ROBERT WILLIAM KIMBLE, SR., PLAINTIFF-APPELLANT,
v.
THE UNITED STATES, DEFENDANT-APPELLEE



Appeal from the Claims Court; No. 90-768 C.

Clevenger, Circuit Judge, Cowen, Senior Circuit Judge, and Rader, Circuit Judge.

Per Curiam

DECISION

Robert William Kimble, Sr. appeals the final order of the Claims Court dismissing his complaint for want of subject matter jurisdiction. Kimble v. United States, No. 90-768 C (Aug. 14, 1990). We affirm.

Kimble styled his complaint as an "Extraordinary [sic] Writ for malicious deprivation [] of my legal and U.S. Constitutional right to the access to the courts . . . ." At bottom, his complaint alleges that various officials of the judiciary have conspired to preclude timely assessment of his numerous habeas corpus petitions. For relief, Kimble seeks a substantial monetary award.

The Claims Court dismissed Kimble's complaint because it did not state a cause of action over which the court could entertain jurisdiction. For the reasons and upon the authority cited by the Claims Court, we affirm.

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