US to Seize $70 million in Assets from Son of Equatorial Guinea's President

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Teodorin Obiang (Photo: Global Witness)

Lisa Mullins talks with Ken Silverstein, contributing editor at Harper's Magazine, about news that the US government is taking legal action to try to seize more than $70 million of US assets from Teodorin Obiang, son of Equatorial Guinea's longtime president.
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