Smooth Criminal? DOJ Wants Michael Jackson's Glove From Dictator's Son

The U.S. government is moving to seize more than $70 million in assets from the son of Equatorial Guinea dictator Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo including one sparkling prize: Michael Jackson's iconic white crystal-encrusted glove. The glove, from the late pop superstar's "Bad Tour", is among almost $2 million in Michael Jackson memorabilia the DOJ announced today it planned to take from Teodoro Nguema Obiang Mangue. The younger Obiang is accused by the DOJ in the civil forfeiture action of...Full Story
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