Free Omar Qazi, and Sign To Change Unconstitutional Bail Reform Act.

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Omar Qazi is 31 years old, and lives in Las Vegas, Nevada. He was pulled over by an officer of L.V.M.P.D. for a minor traffic violation. His car was searched without a warrant, they found a gun in the car. Which he  believes was planted as an evidence. He was detained for for 44 months before he was proven guilty and waiting for trial. He has an 8 year old son to take care of, as well as his mother, who is over 65 years old with cancer in dire need of Omar's assistance.

Omar Qazi has filed a Writ of Certiorari in the U.S. Supreme Court (Case No. 18-6393) in regards to the validity and Constitutionality of the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of 1984 ("CCCA of 1984"). The CCCA of 1984 is a joint resolution that included the temporary authority to detain and/or sentence federal prisoners. But, this joint resolution expired on October 30, 1985. Omar has been incarcerated for 46 months on a single gun charge that stemmed from an illegal search and seizure, and without ever being sentenced. Omar had recently filed a Habeas Corpus in the Federal District Court of Nevada on this matter, and was completely ignored by the District Court and by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.

Omar is now seeking the public's support in getting the U.S. Supreme Court to address this issue that affects all federal prisoners who are being detained and/or sentenced under this expired law.

If you believe that the U.S. Supreme Court should address Omar's important legal arguments which could potentially affect all Americans, please sign this Petition. If you are an attorney or a Foundation that would like to join the Writ on behalf of the public, or if you have any questions, please contact Omar directly at:

Omar Qazi
2190 E. Mesquite Ave.
Pahrump, Nevada 89060

Inmate No. 49760048.