Obama’s Brother ‘Banned From UK’ Over Child Sex Offenses
March 19, 2017
Barack Obama’s half-brother, Samson Obama, was refused entry to the UK after being accused of an attempted sex attack on a 13-year-old girl in Berkshire in 2008, it has been revealed.
It has also been revealed that early in Barack Obama’s first term in office he “pulled strings” to get his half-brother a visa for the United States, despite the fact that Samson Obama, a Kenyan national, was not allowed in the United Kingdom due to his child sex crime.
The news was reported in the British press, however as Barack Obama’s first term in office began the scandal was completely suppressed by the U.S. mainstream media.
The News of the World, a Murdoch-owned Sunday newspaper that closed in 2011, reported on Samson Obama’s child sex assault, reporting that Obama’s half-brother is on the sex offender register in the United Kingdom.
“Eagle-eyed immigration officials at East Midlands Airport, using the latest biometric tests, discovered he [Samson Obama] was linked to an incident here last November. The hi-tech database revealed that Samson – who manages a mobile phone shop just outside Nairobi – was the same man arrested by British police after he approached a group of young girls, including a 13 year-old, and allegedly tried to sexually assault one of them,” according to News of the World.
“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 and Samson was arrested“, the Rupert Murdoch-owned outlet continued.