“It certainly appears that Obama’s uncle is receiving favorable treatment from the Obama administration, which explains that we had to sue in federal court to obtain this material,” said Judicial Watch President Tom Fitton. “ICE should have deported Onyango immediately, especially after his DUI. We now know that the Obama administration decided not to deport Obama’s uncle despite his being a criminal and being on the lam for at least 20 years.”
Judicial Watch noted:
We know that Uncle O still lives and drives in the Boston area but the Obama Administration refuses to reveal the next step. Will Homeland Security officials sit idly by while an illegal immigrant with a DUI roams freely? Judicial Watch spent a great part of the week trying to get answers by repeatedly contacting ICE officials in Washington D.C. The question JW posed was simple: What is the status of the Onyango Obama case? The public certainly has the right to know.
This is yet another example of uncle Onyango receiving favorable treatment. He had a valid Massachusetts drivers license, which was reinstated after having been suspended after he was arrested for driving while intoxicated. He also had previously been deported to Kenya and threatened to call the White House after he was arrested by immigration authorities. And ICE has allowed him to reopen his deportation proceedings that have been closed since 1992, something that rarely happens for those who are not blood relatives of the president of the United States.