Simon Mann

 
Ex-mercenary tells of his five years in a 'living hell'
Ex-mercenary tells of his five years in a 'living hell'
One of the two leading figures in the notorious coup attempt in Equatorial Guinea in 2004 has spoken for the first time of his shame at being...
Mercenary Mann says SA backed coup plot
Mercenary Mann says SA backed coup plot
Simon Mann, a British mercenary jailed for plotting against the government of Equatorial Guinea, has said South Africa tacitly supported a failed...
Mercenary tells of torture in Black Beach prison
Mercenary tells of torture in Black Beach prison
A gun was placed to his head and he was threatened with death by an adviser to Equatorial Guinea's President Teodoro Obiang Nguema, mercenary Nick...
Legal hurdles may prevent Thatcher coup trial in UK
Legal hurdles may prevent Thatcher coup trial in UK
The investigation into Sir Mark Thatcher's role in the failed coup in Equatorial Guinea could be hindered by legal obstacles, which may mean he...
Equatorial Guinea coup plotters 'back in SA'
Equatorial Guinea coup plotters 'back in SA'
The South African mercenaries jailed for their part in an Equatorial Guinea coup plot have arrived home, a security expert said on Friday.
More questions than answers
More questions than answers
The pardoning of the mercenaries for the aborted coup in Equatorial Guinea raises more questions than answers.
Police see papers alleged to link Thatcher to coup plot
Police see papers alleged to link Thatcher to coup plot
Documents detailing Sir Mark Thatcher's alleged involvement in the botched coup in Equatorial Guinea are among evidence being examined by Scotland...
Justice Ministry: SA will not charge mercenaries
Justice Ministry: SA will not charge mercenaries
Four South Africans pardoned by Equatorial Guinea for a failed coup in 2004 will not face local criminal charges when they return home, the Justice...
I'll testify against Thatcher, says Mann
I'll testify against Thatcher, says Mann
Former PM's son and oil tycoon Eli Calil 'should face justice' over failed plot in Equatorial Guinea, says Mann
Zuma freed us, says mercenary
Zuma freed us, says mercenary
South African mercenary Nick du Toit, who has been freed from a notorious Equatorial Guinea jail, has given President Jacob Zuma the credit for his...
'Scratcher' faces questions over 'Wonga Coup'
'Scratcher' faces questions over 'Wonga Coup'
From the windows of the £3-million Casa Flores mansion in one of the Costa del Sol's most exclusive and luxurious enclaves, there are unspoilt...
Simon Mann's road to freedom
Simon Mann's road to freedom
How the Old Etonian plotted a coup against Equatorial Guinea's president, was jailed and then won a pardon

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