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ARGENTINO v. Ashok Kumar Chada, Dr. Defendant (2020)

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United States Court of Appeals, Eighth Circuit.

Vincent A. ARGENTINO Plaintiff - Appellant v. CORIZON MEDICAL SERVICES Defendant Ruanne Stamps, Dr.; Narendrasinh Khengar, Dr.; Rex Hardman, Dr. Defendants - Appellees Reuben Thacker, Dr. Defendant Glen Babbich, Dr. Defendant - Appellee Dr. Thomas Kevin Bredeman, Regional Medical Director Defendant Amanda Verdot, Nurse; Samantha Lucas, Nurse; Hanna Wingate, Nurse; Matthew W. Pittman, Nurse Defendants - Appellees Cheryl Clad, Nurse; Patricia King, Nurse; Cheryl Galberth, Nurse Defendants Pamela Swartz, Nurse Practitioner Defendant - Appellee Ashok Kumar Chada, Dr. Defendant

No. 19-2348

Decided: March 27, 2020

Before GRUENDER, BEAM, and SHEPHERD, Circuit Judges. Vincent A. Argentino, Pro Se John Thaddeus Eckenrode, Dwight A. Vermette, Eckenrode & Maupin, Saint Louis, MO, for Defendants - Appellees


In this 42 U.S.C. § 1983 action, Missouri inmate Vincent A. Argentino appeals the district court’s 1 adverse grant of summary judgment. Construing the record in a light most favorable to Argentino, and drawing all inferences in his favor, we find that the grant of summary judgment to defendants was proper, see Cullor v. Baldwin, 830 F.3d 830, 836 (8th Cir. 2016) (de novo review); and we find no error in the district court orders denying Argentino’s various motions. The judgment is affirmed, see 8th Cir. R. 47B; and appellant’s motions for oral argument, and the parties’ motions for supplemental briefing, are denied.


1.   The Honorable Nanette K. Laughrey, United States District Judge for the Western District of Missouri.


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