If nothing else, the child abuse charges should make Omar Qazi radioactive to the poots and the Bundy cult, who seem to be obsessed with child trafficking/child abuse/the Pizzagate hoax. Go figure.Northland10 wrote: ↑Sat Apr 28, 2018 7:02 pmThe court itself had concerns about his continued detention, but given an outburst at an earlier hearing and his background, the court felt it had no choice.
From the court.
https://www.leagle.com/decision/infdco20170609f06Of course, instead of helping Qazi's possible mental health issues, or helping him work through the system so he can move, they are enabling the same behaviors that got him where he is.Pretrial Services conducted a records check through the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and FBI/NCIC, NCJIS databases, and the Nevada Division of Parole and Probation which revealed the following criminal history:
• Arrested on March 4, 2006 for obstructing a public officer and convicted of this misdemeanor offense on January 8, 2007, and sentenced to credit for time served.
• He was arrested on April 7, 2007, for carrying a concealed weapon (CCW) and other charges, and convicted of misdemeanor CCW April 11, 2007.
• He was arrested for pandering on July 6, 2008, and pled guilty to a gross misdemeanor pandering offense December 2, 2008, and sentenced March 30, 2009, to 12 months in custody suspended with probation not to exceed three years.
• He was arrested on warrants in September and October 2009, and his probation was revoked October 27, 2009. Pretrial Services contacted the Nevada Department of Parole and Probation (P&P) who reported Qazi commenced supervision on March 30, 2009, was revoked on October 27, 2009, and sentenced to 12 months in custody with 53 days' credit for time served. He tested positive while on supervision. He was arrested August 28, 2009 for battery/domestic violence, failure to pay supervision fees, possessing gang-related material, and failure to complete his community service. However, the August 28, 2009 arrest was not noted in the criminal arrest record.
• Qazi was cited for battery on November 23, 2008, and pled guilty to a misdemeanor charge April 21, 2009, and sentenced to credit for time served.
• Qazi was cited January 6, 2009, for petty larceny, convicted of a misdemeanor offense, and sentenced to credit for time served on December 24, 2008.
• Qazi was arrested for battery/domestic violence and coercion by force on March 30, 2009. He pled guilty to a misdemeanor battery May 11, 2009, and was sentenced to credit for time served, 48 hours of community service, and a $340 fine which was excused in lieu of jail time on December 18, 2009. With respect to the coercion-force arrest on June 9, 2009, he pled guilty to an amended charge of attempted theft, a gross misdemeanor, and was sentenced to 12 months in custody on October 21, 2009.
• Qazi was arrested on October 21, 2009 for theft, and convicted of the gross misdemeanor offense the same day and sentenced to 12 months in custody.
• Qazi was arrested on two counts of battery/domestic violence on November 9, 2009, and convicted of a misdemeanor offense on November 23, 2009, and sentenced to 6 months in custody.
• Qazi was arrested on December 14, 2010, for child abuse and two counts of battery/domestic violence. On October 12, 2011, he pled guilty to an amended charge of battery with substantial bodily harm, a felony, and a misdemeanor battery. He was sentenced to 12 to 60 months for the felony offense, and to concurrent time on the misdemeanor offense.
• Qazi was arrested on February 12, 2012, for using or being under the influence of a Schedule I/II/III/IV controlled substance and DUI. The controlled substance charge was dismissed, and he pled guilty to a misdemeanor offense on May 15, 2014, and was sentenced to 30 days in custody and a $585 fine.
• Qazi was arrested on February 8, 2015, for possession of a controlled substances and trafficking a Schedule I controlled substance. These charges were dismissed April 15, 2015, and appear to arise out of Qazi's arrest in this case as these offenses and the felon in possession charge arise out of the January 6, 2015 state arrest
• discussed in the report and recommendation on his motion to suppress statements.
The last factor the court considers is whether the time of the current offense or arrest Qazi was on probation, parole, or on other release pending trial, sentencing, appeal, or completion of sentence for an offense under federal, state or local law. As indicated, Qazi was in state custody at the time of his initial appearance in this case. However, it appears that he was arrested on state charges, and those state charges were dismissed in light of this federal prosecution.
Considering all of the factors, the court finds that Qazi remains a serious risk of flight and risk of reoffending.
So, Krazi Kel, does Omar's lengthy list of arrests, convictions and guilty pleas mean anything? It's all coincidental, right? These are 'fake' charges, right?