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UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
EASTERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK
ANTHONY D. AMAKER,
DANIEL SENKOWSKI, Superintendent,
Clinton Correctional Facility,
.S. DISTRICTKS~ OFFICE:
JACK 8. WEINSTEIN, Senior United States District Judge:
In a thorough opinion, filed on September 25, 2003, Anthony Amaker's 1999
petition for a writ of habeas corpus was denied, as was a certificate of appealability, See
Docket Entry 76.
A motion for reconsideration was filed on August 18, 2003. See Docket Entry 77.
It was denied on September 17, 2003. See Docket Entry 80.
The Court of Appeals Mandate denying of a certificate of appealability was filed
on May 17, 2004. See Docket Entry 82.
On May 15, 2013 former petitioner, now a movant, informed the court that he had
discovered that the entire record of his prior habeas corpus petition was never fully before
the court. See Docket Entry 87. The court informed movant that it could not consider
this letter because no request for court action was sought. See Docket Entry 86.
By "notice of motion pursuant to Rule 60(b )( 6)," movant, acting pro se, seeks an
"order vacating the judgment rendered in the writ of habeas corpus pursuant to Rule
60(b )( 6)." See notice and attachments filed August 28, 2003.
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The magistrate judge is respectfully requested to promptly appoint counsel for
A non-evidentiary hearing shall be conducted on November 15,
A.M. Movant shall appear by telephone pursuant to arrangements made by Case
Coordinator June Lowe.
l ck B. Weinstein
~iSenior United States District Judge
Date: September 16, 2013
Brooklyn, New York