Obama’s Illegal-Alien Uncle Received Stay of Deportation

By:  R. Cort Kirkwood
07/23/2012
       
Obama’s Illegal-Alien Uncle Received Stay of Deportation

 President Obama’s illegal-alien uncle, Onyango Obama, received a stay of deportation following his drunk driving arrest in August. The elder Obama appears to be the beneficiary of his nephew’s deportation moratorium, which President Obama issued in August, and which in turn appeared after the director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, John Morton, ordered his underlings to use “prosecutorial discretion” in deporting illegals.

 

President Obama’s illegal-alien uncle, Onyango Obama, received a stay of deportation following his DUI arrest in August, according to Judicial Watch, the conservative legal group. The elder Obama appears to be the beneficiary of his nephew’s deportation moratorium, which President Obama issued in August, and which in turn appeared after the director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement, John Morton, ordered his underlings to use “prosecutorial discretion” in deporting illegals.

Quoting documents it obtained under the Freedom of Information Act, JW noted that the elder Obama appears to be the beneficiary of his nephew’s deportation moratorium, which President Obama issued in August, and which in turn appeared after the director of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE), John Morton, ordered his underlings to use “prosecutorial discretion” in deporting illegals.

For his part, Onyango Obama said he wanted to call the White House after police collared him. It turns out that wasn’t necessary.

JW did not speculate about why federal officials have not deported Obama, who received his first deportation order in 1989. He is one of two of President Obama’s illegal-alien relatives living here. The other received asylum after somehow hiring a high-powered immigration attorney to help her evade deportation.

Lawsuit
Judicial Watch obtained the document pursuant to a lawsuit it filed in April, which alleged the government refused to release documents pertinent to Onyango Obama’s deportation. It said the government “is unlawfully withholding public records.”

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Photo: This Aug. 24, 2011 booking photo provided Aug. 30, 2011 by the Framingham Police Department shows Onyango Obama, arrested in Framingham, Mass., for several infractions, including operating a motor vehicle under the influence of alcohol.: AP Images;  Photo: Glass with alcoholic beverage and car key on the wooden table via Shutterstock 

 

 

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