Two Ferrari sports cars , are being towed off the freight zone by the police at Geneva Airport, in Geneva, Switzerland, Thursday, Nov.3 2016. (Laurent Gillieron/Keystone via AP)
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Swiss authorities said Thursday they had confiscated 11 luxury cars as part of criminal proceedings opened against the son of Equatorial Guinea's longtime leader on suspicion of money laundering.Obiang is the eldest son of 73-year-old President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo, who has ruled Equatorial Guinea for nearly four decades since a 1979 coup.Obiang, who as vice president is in charge of defense and security affairs, denies any wrongdoing.The cars seized by Geneva police were a Bugatti Veyron, four Ferraris including an Enzo and 599GTB, a Porsche 918 Spyder, a Lamborghini Veneno, a Maybach, the Koenigesegg, an Aston Martin and a McLaren P1, the Geneva prosecutor's office said.
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