No. 88-2418 Summary Calendar.

857 F.2d 256 (1988)

Cordell MOODY, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. J.O. BAKER, Defendant-Appellee.

United States Court of Appeals, Fifth Circuit.

September 19, 1988.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Cordell Moody, Huntsville, Tex., pro se.

Before POLITZ, KING, and SMITH, Circuit Judges.


In this, the 24th civil rights suit filed by Texas state prisoner Cordell Moody, he alleges that: he was ordered to work despite his classification as disabled; the order represented retaliation for his past complaints; and his good time credit is incorrectly recorded because of an error by a prison official. The district court found the complaint frivolous, and in light of the fact that 20 of the prior complaints had been dismissed as frivolous, the court...

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