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Bakhtiar told the plotters the United States "had given [the coup] its blessing".
Nkurunziza called on soldiers who are still behind the coup plotters to "surrender".
When asked what advice he would give the coup plotters who might approach him, Honasan said, "I will just tell them my experience [as a veteran and a failed coup plotter], and it's up to them to decide whether to join the coup plot or not," he told reporters.
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The British soldier turned mercenary said he was not a senior plotter in the abortive 2004 coup.
If we have details of so many plots, and have identified so many plotters, and if their plans have been coming closer to fruition for the past nine months or so, why have none of them been arrested?
The alleged plotters are said to have used the dingy flat to manufacture their rucksack bombs, which contained an explosive mix of hydrogen peroxide and chapatti flour.
Both contained the fingerprints of one of the alleged plotters, Manfo Kwaku Asiedu, it was alleged.
On November 5, 1605, the wives of some of the leading plotters waited at Coughton Court for news from London about the attempt to simultaneously assassinate the King of England and Scotland, and all the nobles, bishops, and members of the House of Commons.
4) If the alleged plotters had access to explosives, and there were potentially other plotters not captured by the services, then why just a clampdown on flights?
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