Equatorial Guinea: Further information - Fear of torture /possible prisoners of conscience and new concern: death penalty
Felipe Ondo Obiang (m), Guillermo Nguma Elá (m), Lt. Col. Lorenzo Ondó Elá (m),Domingo Nfá Nvé (m), Benito Ntutumu Eyene (m), Donato Ondó Ondó (m), Angel Ovono Akumbega (m), Juan Mbá Esono (m), Primo Micha Obiang(m), Mariano Ekua Sima (m), Pablo Nguema Mba(m), Melchor Ndong Modu (m), Ángel Ovono Akumbega (m) Sixty-eight people, including all those listed, were sentenced to prison terms of up to 20 years on 9 June, after being convicted in a grossly unfair trial of plotting to kill President Teodoro Obiang Nguema, and related charges. Seventy-seven others were acquitted.
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