Wednesday, December 5, 2012

Obama's illegal alien, drunk-driving convicted Uncle in Boston, gets a reprieve to stay in the US

Special treatment?

From Eric Dondero:

Well, it's post election, and here come the pardons for the FOOs.

From, "President Obama’s uncle wins new bid to try to stay in US":
President Obama’s uncle has won a new deportation hearing in Boston immigration court, more than a year after a drunken-­driving arrest in Framingham revealed that he had violated a longstanding order to return to Kenya.

Last week, the Board of ­Immigration Appeals 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. Obama’s new lawyers have also argued that the 68-year-old Obama has lived in the United States for nearly half a century and ­deserves a chance to make his case.
And then there's this:
The board’s decision raised eyebrows among immi­gration lawyers who say it is difficult to persuade the immi­gration courts to reconsider a case that involves an arrest and a ­flagrant violation of a depor­tation order, last issued in 1992.
A hearing could take years. Onyango is now likely to be safe living, working and even driving throughout New England for many years to come.

1 comment:

jgeleff said...

How stupid do you have to be to know that you've been ordered out of the country, and you drive drunk?