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Feds Lose Bid to Force Foreign Official to Sit for Depo in D.C.

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A federal judge has refused to force a top government official of Equatorial Guinea to fly to Washington to contest the federal government's effort to seize a multimillion-dollar jet from him.

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  • Gabriel Adel

    He Should be held to account for how he was able to aquire the 38.5 million dollar jet. It is about time The western country and western justice system stop providing these foreign official an heavenly place under the sun where they can continue looting their country and the masses and hide the ill gotten proceeds from their corrupt action in overseas country.

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