From: The Free Patriot

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Is Obama going to prison for burning churches in Egypt?

Less than a week ago it was reported that the son of a Muslim Brotherhood leader claimed that he and his father had evidence that could send U.S. President Barack Hussein Obama to prison. The evidence, should it exist, has not yet been shown. Many people are speculating that the evidence may show a link between Obama, Mohamed Morsi and what happened in Benghazi.

Raymond Ibrahim has reported that a second Egyptian has come forward today. Ibrahim reports via Jihad Watch:

*Speaking yesterday on Bitna al-Kibir, a live TV show, Tahani al-Gebali, Vice President of the Supreme Constitutional Court in Egypt, said the time was nearing when all the conspiracies against Egypt would be exposed—conspiracies explaining why the Obama administration is so vehemently supportive of the Muslim Brotherhood, whose terrorism has, among other atrocities, caused the destruction of some 80 Christian churches in less than one week.

Al-Gebali referred to “documents and proofs” which Egypt’s intelligence agencies possess and how “the time for them to come out into the open has come.” In the course of her discussion on how these documents record massive financial exchanges between international bodies and the Muslim Brotherhood, she said: “Obama’s brother is one of the architects of investment for the international organization of the Muslim Brotherhood.”

Al-Gebali further added, “If the matter requires it, then we must inform our people,”- an implied threat to reveal the true nature of the relationship between the U.S., the Brotherhood, and Egypt.

Al-Gebali did not mention which of the U.S president’s brother’s she was referring to, but earlier it was revealed that Obama’s brother, Malik Obama, was running an African nonprofit closely linked to the Brotherhood as well as the genocidal terrorist of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir.

Only time and truth will tell if Barack Hussein Obama is the man behind the curtain in Eqypt, bringing death and destruction to a people who want to be their own voice, rather than to have an over-reaching, Western democracy force it’s voice upon them.