George Soros Accused of Trying to Oust Equatorial Guinea’s Government

PHOTO: Eric Piermont/AFP

28 June 2017

SPUTNIK NEWS — British mercenary Simon Mann, the leader of the failed attempt by British financiers to overthrow the government of Equatorial Guinea in 2004, accused billionaire investor George Soros of participating in a separate plot to overthrow the very same government years later.

Mann made the claim during testimony on behalf of Teodoro “Teodorin” Nguema Obiang Mangue, the son of authoritarian president Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo and the African nation’s vice president. Under oath, he stated that Soros plotted to overthrow Mbasogo and that Mann warned the dictator about the plot in 2011.

Mann added that he had no proof of his claims, saying “I don’t have written evidence.” Soros has yet to respond to the allegations.

The 65-year-old mercenary also accused others of being involved in the new plot, including anti-corruption NGO Transparency International lawyer William Bourdon, exiled Equatorial Guinean opposition leader Severo Moto and Lebanese oil magnate Ely Calil. […]

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