Man Arrested After Long Time Stalking, Harassing Malia Obama

Ah, the crazies are out and about in abundance. Malia Obama found herself being rescued by Secret Service after she was harassed and stalked by a man in Manhattan.

I wonder if he was liberal. That would make sense, considering they think he may have a mental disorder!

The U.S. Secret Service detained a lovelorn Brooklyn man for stalking and harassing Malia Obama, daughter of the former President, at the White House and in New York, sources said Wednesday.

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Jair Nilton Cardoso went to the fourth floor of building in Tribeca where Obama, 18, interns on April 10, put a sign in the window and loudly begged her to marry him, sources said.

Two Secret Service agents assigned to her detail kicked him out, sources said.

Two days later Cardoso, 30, followed Obama out of a building in the West Village where she also interns, sources said.

This isn’t the first time he has been seen stalking her though! Secret Service stopped him after recognizing him as a man who had tried multiple times to get into the White House.

The next day, Secret Service agents went to Cardoso’s Brooklyn apartment and interviewed him, sources said. They concluded he had psychiatric issues and took him to a Brooklyn hospital for evaluation. On Tuesday, Secret Service agents came to the First Precinct stationhouse in Lower Manhattan and reported Cardoso, sources said.

Police are working on whether they should file stalking or harassment charges. What do you think?

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