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Muhammad v. Commonwealth

United States District Court, Western District of Virginia, Roanoke Division

May 7, 2015

ABDUL-HAMZA WALI MUHAMMAD Plaintiff,
v.
COMMONWEALTH OF VIRGINIA, ET AL., Defendants.

MEMORANDUM OPINION

Hon. Glen E. Conrad Chief United States District Judge.

Plaintiff Abdul-Hamza Wali Muhammad has filed a pleading that he titles: "Motion seeking Immediate Court Intervention (Help) Injunctive Relief" The pleading, which does not identify any defendant in the heading, asserts that Muhammad is lactose-intolerant, but since his transfer back to Red Onion State Prison on April 17, 2015, he has not consistently received non-dairy substitutes for dairy items on the menu.

The court construes Muhammad's submission as a motion seeking interlocutory injunctive relief directing unspecified officials to approve him for a nondairy diet and provide appropriate food substitutes. "[A] preliminary injunction may never issue to prevent an injury or harm which not even the moving party contends was caused by the wrong claimed in the underlying action." Omega World Travel v. TWA, 111 F.3d 14, 16 (4th Cir. 1997); In re Microsoft Antitrust Litig., 333 F.3d 517, 526 (4th Cir. 2003). Muhammad does not allege that the potential harm he seeks to prevent through an interlocutory injunction arises from the past wrongs he has claimed against officials in this case.[1] Rather, he is alleging separate claims, concerning events that occurred months after the occurrences at issue in this lawsuit. ...


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