Al hermano le han impedido la entrada en Reino Unido, por intento de violación a menor en el pasado (Barack Obama’s Brother Accused of Sexual Abuse of Teen Is Refused Entry into UK):
Samson Obama — one of the president’s 11 half-brothers and sisters — is alleged to have been living illegally in Britain when he was arrested in Berkshire last November. A group of girls, one aged 13, told police a man approached them and followed them into a cafe a mile from the home of Samson Obama’s mother in Bracknell.
Obama, 41, was questioned by Thames Valley Police for several hours, during which his fingerprints and a DNA sample were taken. He is alleged to have told detectives that he was Henry Aloo, a genuine asylum-seeker, but gave the address of his own mother, Kezia. Obama denied any sexual assault, but is reported to have accepted an official caution for a public order offense. A caution is an admission of a criminal offense. Police were reported to have also discovered that Obama had been living illegally in Britain for seven years.
Obama was refused permission to re-enter Britain at Heathrow in January while travelling from his home in Kenya to Washington for his brother’s inauguration. An immigration officer used his discretionary powers to allow him to remain “airside” in the terminal overnight before catching his connecting flight to Washington.
Lo raro es que lo hayan dejado salir del país estando acusado de violación y que no lo hayan detenido al pasar por el aeropuerto. Podéis ver la foto. ¿Pero cómo se pueden resistir las británicas al encanto de Sansón que además es hermano de Obama?
Por su parte, la tía que residía ilegalmente en los EE., UU, a cuenta del contribuyente ha obtenido por fin el permiso de residencia: Obama’s Deadbeat Welfare Auntie Onyango From Kenya Is Granted Asylum in US
Judge Leonard Shapiro, an immigration judge in Boston, reached his decision in the long-running case on Friday. Her lawyers announced the decision Monday at their offices in Cleveland.
Ms. Onyango applied for asylum in 2002 and was rejected in 2004 and ordered to leave the country. She continued to fight the case and in April 2009, Judge Leonard Shapiro in Boston stayed her case until February, when hearings were held in the case.
Ms. Onyango had lived in relative anonymity in Boston until just before the 2008 presidential election, when The Times of London found her in what it described as “rundown public housing.”
La han concedido asilo, pero no aclaran de qué o de quién huye esta señora para que se le concedan, En cuatro años será una flamante ciudadana norteamericana. Y muy patriótica, ya lo veréis.
Si Washington, Jefferson y resto de los “padres de la patria” levantaran la cabeza