The Washington Times reports that President Barrack Obama’s uncle whom he writes about in his 1995 book, Dreams of My Father, has been charged with DUI and immigration violations.
In the book, the President writes of Onyango Obama, whom he called Uncle Omar:
…the uncle who had left for America 25 years ago and had never come back.
Unless immigration lawyer Margaret Wong, who successfully defended Obama’s Aunt Zeituni Onyango against deportation several years ago, can help, Onyango Obama faces deportation by order of an outstanding warrant issued by the U.S. Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
The Examiner reports Onyango Obama was approached by authorities near the Chicken Bone Saloon located in Framingham, Mass., after nearly hitting a police patrol car. Police said Onyango Obama’s Mitsubishi 4X4 almost hit the police car when he rolled through a stop sign and then suddenly made a turn at about 7 p.m. on Aug. 24. According to reports, the President’s uncle registered a blood alcohol level of 0.14mg per 100ml of blood, which is substantially higher than Massachusetts’ legal limit of 0.08mg.
Reports said officials are confident the man is the President’s uncle because his name, birth date of June 3, 1944, and Boston location match previously reported information about “Uncle Omar” and coincide with facts in the President’s book. Boston is also the location where Zeituni Onyango was previously found and threatened with deportation. Another link to the President is that when the man was asked by authorities in Massachusetts if he wanted to make a phone call, he allegedly said he wanted to call the White House.