Posts Tagged: Sergei Magnitsky
Interpol this week rejected Russia’s ‘all points bulletin’ for William Browder, who’s leading a global campaign against those responsible for the torture and death of Russian whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky.
Browder’s investment fund, London-based Hermitage Capital, said Friday that Interpol’s decision to delete the Russian warrant is ‘a clear sign that a deeply corrupt regime will not be allowed to freely persecute whistleblowers who have exposed it.’… Continue Reading
The Anti-Terrorist Department (Department ‘T’) of the Russian Interior Ministry is trying to arrest the American-born head of Hermitage Capital, William Browder, who has conducted a successful global campaign to sanction those involved with the jailing and death of his lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky.… Continue Reading
The U.S. Friday published the names of Russians subject to travel bans and asset freezes under the Magnitsky Act.
The Treasury Department’s initial list included 18 names. Most have been implicated in the jailing and death of Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky.… Continue Reading
William Browder, left, the American-born head of London-based Hermitage Capital Management, told Dutch lawmakers last week about developments in the Magnitsky case and the breakdown of the rule of law in Russia, according to a statement issued by Hermitage.… Continue Reading
Moldova has opened a criminal money-laundering probe connected to the alleged $230 million theft exposed by murdered Russian anti-corruption lawyer Sergei Magnitsky.
Moldova is investigating $53 million that may have laundered through banks there, London-based Hermitage Capital said Monday in a news release. … Continue Reading
When lawyer Sergei Magnitsky collided with Russia’s state-sponsored corruption, he did something truly extraordinary. He stood his ground.
That choice cost him his life.
A film about Magnitsky, Justice for Sergei, features readings from his prison diary and recollections by family members, colleagues, and friends.… Continue Reading
The United States Congress sometimes includes ‘findings’ in laws it adopts. They’re reasons behind a law — a bit of built-in legislative history.… Continue Reading