US Seizes More Than $30M From Guinean Official

PHOTO CAPTION – Teodorin Nguema Obiang (R), the son of Equatorial Guinea's president Teodoro Obiang:

DAKAR, SENEGAL— Equatorial Guinea's second-vice president Teodorin Nguema Obiang has been ordered by the U.S. Justice Department to sell more than $30 million worth of property it believes was bought using illegally obtained assets from corrupt business deals.

The United States Department of Justice said the son of Equatorial Guinea’s President must forfeit his U.S.-based property and belongings, including a mansion in Malibu, California, Michael Jackson memorabilia, and luxury cars, which are believed to have been purchased using money from illegal dealings in his home country. RED MORE OF THIS STORY


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