(CNN)According to a letter submitted by the prosecutor, R. on Tuesday morning. Kelly was removed from suicide monitoring after undergoing clinical evaluation. Federal court.
Kelly, 55, officially known as Robert Sylvester Kelly, has placed the Metropolitan Detention Center in Brooklyn, NY, its guards and unnamed employees, and the United States itself under suicide surveillance supervision. I appealed as. The document is displayed.
Kelly claims that "he was not suicide, but was put under suicide surveillance in the form of punishment," according to the federal government's response to his submission.
Prison lawyers should be dismissed because Kelly's allegations "do not show the potential for substantial success in bailouts," court documents indicate. According to court documents, the prison plans to put Kelly under suicide surveillance because it meets the criteria for Kelly to be under supervision.
The government claims that Kelly is asking the court to fine-tune the custodial sentence decisions that are left to the discretion of expert prison managers.
Kelly's legal action is controversial as he was removed from suicide surveillance, the prosecutor said in a letter. The letter also notes that Kelly will soon be removed from MDC and brought to justice in the northern Illinois district.
The US law firm in eastern New York refused to comment further on the situation.
CNN is seeking comment from Kelly's lawyer.
Kelly will be tried in August in Illinois on charges of federal child pornography and sabotage, and will be subsequently transferred to custody of the northern Illinois district, court records show.