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UN Mission of Equatorial Guinea Hit With $56,700 Sanction For Misusing Immunity

By Matthew Russell Lee, Patreon
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SDNY COURTHOUSE, June 6 – Equatorial Guinea's Mission to the United Nations faces a motions for sanctions for misusing sovereign immunity (like the UN itself, some say) in a pending lawsuit. 

  On September 2 U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York Judge Kenneth M. Karas received a motion for sanctions against the Permanent Mission of Equatorial Guinea to the United Nations, uncovered by Inner City Press at the SDNY.  

Leonard and Carol Eisenberg since 2018 have been seeking resolution from the Equatorial Guinea UN Mission and Anatolio Ndong Mba, residing at 102 Hillair Circle, White Plains for encroachment.

 But immunity or impunity continue to be cited. Hence a motion for sanctions.

In May 2022 the award of sanctions was requested and Equatorial Guinea's lawyer Francis M. Ssekandi tried to disassociate himself, insisting he is not a named party. But these are Rule 11 sanctions.

Equatorial Guinea and its lawyer have been hit with a $56,700 sanction. And for a June 2022 video of the Equatorial Guinea mansion, click here.

The case is Eisenberg v. Permanent Mission of Equatorial Guinea to the UN, 18-cv-2092 (Karas)


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