U.S. Government Documents Crime Spree by Dictator’s Son: Why no action by the feds?
U.S. Government Documents Crime Spree by Dictator’s Son: Why no action by the feds?Ken Silverstein November 16, 2009
This article details the U.S. Proclamation of 2004 which bars corrupt foreign officials from entering the United States and examines the reasons which allow Equatorial Guinea President Teodoro Obiang to enter the country.
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