ROBERT E. PAYNE, Sr., District Judge.
By Memorandum Opinion and Final Order entered August 1, 2013, the Court dismissed Monte DeCarlos Winston's petition for a writ of habeas corpus pursuant to 28 U.S.C. § 2241 ("Present § 2241 Petition") for abuse of the writ. (ECF Nos. 16-17.) The Court also placed certain prefiling restrictions on Winston on any new action challenging the calculation or execution of his sentence. (See ECF No. 17, at 1-2.) Specifically, the Court directed:
7. From this point forward, before the Court will review any new action challenging the calculation or execution of his sentence, Winston must do the following:
a. Provide a brief summary of why the ends of justice warrant consideration of his submission and attach the summary to the front of any filing; and,
b. Certify that the claims he wishes to present are new claims never before raised and disposed of on the merits by any federal court and set forth why each claim could not have been raised in one of his previous actions.
Winston's failure to comply with the above directives will result in summary dismissal of the new action.
Winston now brings a "Motion Pursuant to Rule 12(b)(2) of F.R.Civ.P. to Immediately Release Petitioner." (ECF No. 18.) Winston has filed at least three § 2241 petitions challenging the execution of his sentence. (See ECF No. 16, 2-7.) Winston's instant motion is yet another attempt to challenge the BOP's execution of his sentence recast as a "jurisdictional issue.'' (Mot. 1.)
Winston fails to identify the procedural vehicle that entitles him to relief in this closed action. Moreover, the Court views Winston's current motion as an attempt to circumvent the restrictions placed on Winston in the Court's August 1, 2013 Order for further challenges to the ...