Briton named as buyer of Darfur oil rights
David Leigh and Adrian Gatton
10 June 2005
A millionaire British businessman, Friedhelm Eronat, was named last night as the purchaser of oil rights in the Darfur region of Sudan, where the regime is accused of war crimes and where millions of tribespeople are alleged to have been forced to flee, amid mass rapes or murders …
This story is based on the earlier Channel 4 News investigation I did.