NOT INTENDED FOR PUBLICATION IN THE OFFICIAL REPORTERS.
MEMORANDUM OPINION 
ROBERT L. WILKINS, United States District Judge
On April 26, 2013, Lawrence Lindsey petitioned this Court for a writ of habeas corpus while confined at the District of Columbia Jail on a parole violator warrant issued by the United States Parole Commission on January 9, 2013. See Pet’r’s Request for Relief Under Habeas Corpus [Dkt. # 1] at 1. In the petition, Mr. Lindsey claims that he has not received a probable cause hearing and, thus, should be “released back into the community.” Id. at 1-2. In response to the Court’s show cause order, the Commission contends that the petition should be summarily denied because, among other reasons, petitioner was convicted in Alexandria, Virginia, of a crime committed while on supervised release and, thus, is not entitled to a probable cause hearing. United States Parole Comm’s Opp’n to Pet’r’s Pet. for a Writ of Habeas Corpus [Dkt. # 8] at 5.
On June 26, 2013, the Court advised petitioner about the potential consequence of dismissal if he failed to reply to the United States’ opposition by July 29, 2013. Order [Dkt. # 9]. The Court informed petitioner that “[t]he allegations of . . . an answer to an order to show cause in a habeas corpus proceeding, if not traversed, shall be accepted as true except to the extent that the judge finds from the evidence that they are not true.” 28 U.S.C. § 2248. Petitioner has neither replied to the Commission’s opposition nor sought additional time to do so, and the Court accepts as true the ...