The British newspaper The Sun reports that Samson Obama, a Kenyan national, tried to enter Britain while he was on his way to Washington, DC for his brother’s Presidential Inauguration on January 20.
However, according to British news media, immigration agents at East Midlands Airport, using the latest biometric tests, discovered he was linked to an incident in the United Kingdom that occurred in November, 2008.
Information on the database revealed that Samson — who manages a mobile phone shop just outside Nairobi, Kenya — was in fact the man who was arrested by police officers in Berkshire after he allegedly approached a group of young girls, including a 13 year-old, and allegedly tried to sexually assault one of them.
According to The Sun report, the children took refuge inside a cafe, but Obama followed them and became aggressive towards them at which point the cafe owner asked Obama to leave and called the police.
When police officers arrived, Samson Obama was still in the vicinity and, after questioning him, he was placed under arrest by the officers.
He then followed them into a cafe where he became aggressive and was asked to leave by the owner.
That’s when police were called to the scene and Samson was arrested.
During his processing, Obama gave officers a false ID — claiming to be Henry Aloo, a genuine refugee and asylum seeker — and supplied his mother Mum Kezia’s address in Bracknell, Kenya, according to reporters in London.
After Samson’s arrest he was fingerprinted but not formally charged and then he was allowed to leave the United Kingdom. But his “pedigree” and the details of the arrest were stored on the Home Office’s new database of prints and biometric details.
Samson Obama was apprehended as he attempted to slip back into Britain to visit relatives en route to his half-brother’s inauguration.
It is thought that Samson Obama — one of the President’s 11 half brothers and sisters by his father who had four partners — managed to travel on to Washington for the inauguration after boarding a connecting flight to the States from East Midlands.
On April 10, 2009, a Home Office spokesman confirmed that Samson Obama was refused a visa after immigration officers noticed one of the documents he supplied with his visa application was false. That led them to make further inquiries.
A UK Border Agency spokesman said: “We consider all visa applications based on their merits. We will oppose the entry of individuals to the UK where we believe their presence is not conducive to the public good.”
A report by the arresting officers with the Framingham Police Department claims that “Uncle Omar” Obama’s breathalyser at the police station registered his blood alcohol at 0.14mg/100ml of blood, above the state limit of 0.08mg.
“Uncle Omar” was charged with driving under the influence and driving to endanger, as well as failing to use a turn signal. He was detained as an illegal immigrant because the US Immigration and Customs Enforcement has an outstanding warrant for him because he was ordered deported back to Kenya, but evaded the ICE agents.
While President Barack Obama’s defenders claim the suspect in question is not the President’s uncle, Onyango Obama’s birthdate is the same as that of the President’s Uncle Omar mentioned in his book Dreams from My Father and that his description matches the one in the Obama bestseller.
According to a police source, Police Officer Val Krishtal and a civilian driver in another vehicle were forced to stop suddenly in order to avoid impact by the alleged intoxicated Obama’s SUV, which he drove through a stop sign and made an erratic left hand turn.
Obama allegedly argued with the law enforcement officer and “debated” who had right of way. Also, he accused the officer of exaggerating the details of the near accident.
Mr Obama pleaded not guilty at his remand hearing, but was held in custody because of the immigration warrant.
Obama’s Aunt Zeituni Onyango
In February 2010, fifty-seven year old Zeituni Onyango, President Barack Obama’s aunt on his Kenyan father’s side, pleaded for political asylum before a Boston court in a case that was all but ignored by the mainstream news media in the U.S. Onyango appeared in a Boston federal immigration court for a hearing regarding her plea for asylum in the U.S. She’s had been living in violation of the law after ignoring an order for deportation issued in 2004.
Onyanga’s defense attorney, Margaret Wong, had argued that the President’s aunt should not be deported due to serious medical issues. However, Wong has also stated a backup argument will be the threat of violence that exists in Kenya due to warring tribes.
Although living illegally in the U.S. for years, with the knowledge of the entire Obama family, Onyango was discovered by investigative bloggers in 2008. Not surprising to media critics, the mainstream news organizations ignored the story or relegated it to newspapers’ back-pages as unsubstantiated allegations until after the election, according to political strategist Mike Baker.
“She’s the aunt of the president of the United States — the most famous man in the world,” Mike Rogers, spokesman for the Ohio law firm defending Onyango, told the Boston Herald.
Some political opponents of the leftist President believe that this illegal alien aunt is the reason for Obama’s wish to give amnesty to millions of foreign nationals illegally living and working in the United States.
“My contacts in Washington tell me that there is a strong possibility that after the November 2012 election cycle, there will be a renewed attempt to finally give illegal aliens full amnesty,” said Baker.
Eventually, Zeituni Onyango won her case and remains in the United States.