BBC, Nov.3, 2009
OIL SOAKED EQUATORIAL GUINEA – Well, it’s happened. As of Tuesday, 3 November 2009, Wonga Coup plotter (oh, excuse me a “pawn,” “not a co-author,” but more of an “an accomplice”), Simon Mann has been pardoned and released from DUN DUN DUNNNN Black Beach Prison in Oil-Soaked Equatorial Guinea after serving about five of his 34-year sentence for attempted to overthrow the government of President Tedoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo via coup.
Mann will probably not be able to return to South Africa as he would probably face charges due to South Africa’s super-strict anti-merc laws. However, he may very well face questioning from Scotland Yard about London businessman, Ely Cali and Sir Mark Thatcher Of the What-Are-You-Fucking-Kidding-Yes-Those-Thatchers as Mann has fingered these gentlemen as the actual plotters of the coup. Let’s see: bets on how quickly he moves to Spain? Anyone? Anyone?
As of yet, I’ve not found any details about our man, Nick Du Tiot.