Saturday, February 23, 2013
FOX-TV's Bill O'Reilly sent a reporter to Framingham to talk to the President's uncle. who is facing yet another deportation hearing, even after admitting to sufficient facts in an OUI case.
FOX-TV's Bill O'Reilly sent a reporter to Framingham to talk to the President's uncle who is facing yet another deportation hearing, after admitting to sufficient facts in an drunk driving case. For 43 years, Onyango Obama has been living in the United States illegally, said O'Reilly at the beginning of the Watters' World report. O'Reilly called Obama the "most famous illegal alien in the world." Reporter Jesse Watters interviewed several individuals in downtown Framingham and then went to Conti Liquors to talk to Obama, who did not wish to talk to the reporter and said he called Framingham Police. Watters told O'Reilly police never showed up. It was Framingham Police who arrested Obama in August 2011 and charged him with driving while …
Thursday, January 31, 2013
President Obama's uncle, Onyango Obama, who admitted to a judge sufficient facts in an OUI arrest in 2011 by Framingham Police, is fighting deportation to Kenya.
Onyango Obama, who admitted to a judge sufficient facts in an OUI arrest in 2011, is fighting deportation to Kenya. Obama, who is the uncle of President Barrack Obama, is scheduled for a deportation hearing on Dec. 3. Obama, is a a Kenyan national, who was ordered to be deported in 1992. Framingham Police arrested Obama on charges of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol in August 2011. He agreed to the facts of the case in March 2012, meaning he admitted police had enough evidence to convict him. The case was continued without a finding for a year, but the judge ordered Obama give up his license for 45 days. Obama is fighting to stay here under a federal immigration law that allows permanent residence for illegal …
Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Despite his arrest in Framingham and admittance of facts in an OUI, Obama’s new lawyers argued the President's uncle has lived in the United States for nearly half a century and shouldn't be deported.
President Obama’s uncle will get a new deportation hearing in immigration court. The Board of Immigration Appeals last week granted Onyango Obama’s request to reopen his immigration case based in part on his contention that his prior lawyer was ineffective, according to a government official with direct knowledge of the case, reported The Boston Globe. Obama’s new lawyers had argued that Obama, 68, has lived in the United States for nearly half a century and should not be deported back to Kenya. Obama is the half-brother of President Obama’s late father, and the older brother of Zeituni Onyango, who was granted asylum in 2010. Framingham Police arrested Obama on charges of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alvohol in…
Sunday, July 22, 2012
ICE originally required Obama's uncle to report to its Office of Enforcement and Removal Operations in Burlington on April 12; and then chose not to deport the illegal immigrant, who had been living in Framingham.
Sunday, July 22, 2012
Judicial Watch, an organization that investigates and fights government corruption, has obtained records from Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) regarding President Obama’s illegal alien uncle, Onyango Obama, who was arrested in August 2011 on drunken driving charges in Framingham. Onyango was first ordered out of the country in 1989. ICE had granted him a stay of deportation effective until June 5, 2012. The stay was granted to allow him to attend pending criminal proceedings and to seek reopening of his deportation proceedings, which concluded before the Board of Immigration Appeals on January 29, 1992. In March, Obama admitted to a judge in Framingham District Court prosecutors had enough evidence to convict him. Immigration and…
Wednesday, May 16, 2012
Obama, who was arrested by Framingham Police for drunk driving last summer and admitted sufficient facts this spring, has a new driver's license.
Tuesday afternoon, the President of the United States' uncle, who is here illegally, got a new driver's license. Onyango Obama, 67, went to the Worcester branch of the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles and got a new license, according to Registry spokesperson Sara Lavoie. Framingham Police arrested Obama on charges of driving a motor vehicle while under the influence of alvohol in August 2011. Obama agreed to the facts of the case in March, meaning he admitted police had enough evidence to convict him. The case was continued without a finding for a year, but the judge ordered Obama give up his license for 45 days. Obama applied for and received a hardship driver's license. That license allowed him to drive during certain house, so …
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Earlier this week, the president's uncle was granted a hardship driver's license, after admitting sufficient fact last week in a OUI charge, stemming from an arrest by Framingham Police.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials plan to pursue its deportation case against Onyango Obama, the president’s uncle, who works at Conti Liquors. Last week, Obama, 67, admitted sufficient facts in a driving while under the influence of alcohol court case. “Now that Mr. Onyango’s criminal case has completed, ICE has communicated, in accordance with standard procedure, with the attorney of record regarding his removal pursuant to a previous final order by an immigration judge,” Brian P. Hale, Director of Public Affairs for ICE, said in a statement. Obama was granted a hardship license earlier this week from the Massachusetts Registry of Motor Vehicles so her can get to his employment. Obama is the half-brother of President …
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Onyango Obama, 67, of Framingham admitted to sufficient facts today in Framingham District Court to charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol.
Onyango Obama, 67, of Framingham, admitted to sufficient facts today in Framingham District Court to charges of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor. The Commonwealth recommended a guilty conviction with one year probation and a 45 day loss of license on the count of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of liquor and requested a responsible finding for the failure to yield at an intersection charge. Framingham District Court Judge Douglas Stoddart sentenced the defendant to one year probation and imposed the statutorily mandated probation conditions of attending a driver alcohol education program and incurring a license loss of 45 days. Additionally, Judge Stoddart found the defendant not …
Friday, January 13, 2012
Defense attorneys digging for something to latch onto in a Framingham cop’s driving past are being bashed by the police brotherhood who argue the bust of President Obama’s half-uncle on a drunken-driving charge is the issue, not the officer’s history behi
Wednesday, January 11, 2012
Onyango Obama’s defense team will receive the records they’d requested on Val Krishtal, the veteran patrolman who pulled the man over after nearly rear-ending him when he turned into traffic, prosecutors told the Boston Herald.
Lawyer for President Barack Obama’s uncle, an illegal immigrant who is charged with drunken driving, says he will ask prosecutors to turn over the driving record of the Framingham police officer who stopped him.