Amnesty For Onyango Obama Confirmed By Judicial Watch

That Barack Hussein Obama`s uncle Onyango Obama received an illegal amnesty has been confirmed by emails obtained by Judicial Watch.  That Onyango Obama would not be deported and allowed to remain to illegally appeal his 20 year old deportation order was predicted by this blog in September of 2011.  It was not prescient, as his aunt Zeituni Onyango set the precedent for an unlawful favoritism for an illegal alien without recourse in immigration proceedings.

Washington Examiner July 16, 2012 by Joel Gehrke

Email Shows ICE Delayed Deporting Obama’s Illegal Immigrant Uncle

Emails exchanged by top U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) officials confirm that ICE delayed the deportation of President Obama’s uncle, an illegal immigrant, and that they had a close eye on Mitt Romney’s view of the issue.

And this blog predicted that the purpose of the failure to execute a 20 year old order of deportation was to give Onyango another shot at the immigration appeal system that rejected his first claim.

“Mr. Onyango is subject to a final order of deportation. ICE had granted him a stay of deportation effective until June 5, 2012,” Brian Hale, director of ICE’s public affairs, explained in an April 1, 2012 email to ICE Director John Morton that was obtained by Judicial Watch. “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.”

And it appears that Mittens was temporarily on the case a year ago:

The emails also show that Hale kept Morton apprised of how Onyango Obama’s case was playing in the media. When Mitt Romney said in December 2011 that he would deport Onyango Obama following his arrest for drunk driving, Hale sent the news report to Morton and other members of ICE leadership.

But nothing from Mittens on the Onyango amnesty in the mean time, which is not surprising since he endorsed with his silence the most recent DREAM Act Administrative Amnesty.