442 F2d 1347 Oliver v. Governor of State of Pennsylvania

442 F.2d 1347

Lonzy OLIVER, Appellant,
v.
The GOVERNOR OF the STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA and The Secretary of the State of Pennsylvania, Both Parties at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.

No. 19410.

United States Court of Appeals, Third Circuit.

Submitted May 21, 1971.

Decided June 7, 1971.

Appeal from United States District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania; Frederick V. Follmer, Judge.

Lonzy Oliver, in pro. per.

Joseph J. Pass, Jr., Special Asst. Atty. Gen., Pittsburgh, Pa. (Joseph Martin Gelman, Sp. Asst. Atty. Gen., Fred Speaker, Atty. Gen., Harrisburg, Pa., on the brief), for appellees.

Before SEITZ, VAN DUSEN and ADAMS, Circuit Judges.

OPINION OF THE COURT

PER CURIAM:

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The district court dismissed plaintiff's civil rights complaint. He appeals. Plaintiff's grievance, alleged in the most general terms, seems to be that the defendants acted on perjured testimony in causing him to be extradited from Texas to Pennsylvania. We think the complaint was properly dismissed on the ground that it failed to set forth the facts with sufficient particularity to withstand a motion to dismiss. Negrich v. Hohn, 379 F.2d 213 (3d Cir. 1967).

2

The judgment of the district court will be affirmed.