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William Browder Will Testify at the British Parliament on Details of a Russian Luxury Spending Spree in London of Money Connected to Crime Uncovered by Sergei Magnitsky

May 3, 2016

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William Brow­der Will Tes­tify at the British Par­lia­ment on Details of a Russ­ian Lux­ury Spend­ing Spree in Lon­don of Money Con­nected to Crime Uncov­ered by Sergei Magnitsky

 

3 May 2016  – Today, at 3 pm, William Brow­der, leader of the global “Jus­tice for Sergei Mag­nit­sky” cam­paign, will tes­tify in front of the UK Parliament’s Home Affairs Com­mit­teeabout the Russ­ian money laun­der­ing in the UK and the imple­men­ta­tion of the Pro­ceeds of Crime Act.

 

Mr Brow­der will reveal results of a six-year long inves­ti­ga­tion into the money laun­der­ing and pro­ceeds of cor­rup­tion exposed by Sergei Mag­nit­sky, which led to Magnitsky’s arrest, tor­ture and mur­der in Russ­ian police cus­tody at the age of 37.

 

The infor­ma­tion will include detailed descrip­tions of lux­ury pur­chases in Lon­don and sur­round­ing coun­ties totalling US$30 mil­lion con­nected to the money laun­der­ing net­work uncov­ered thanks to Sergei Magnitsky.

 

This inves­ti­ga­tion was assisted by Alexan­der Perepilich­nyy, a Russ­ian whistle­blower who came for­ward after Sergei Magnitsky’s death and pro­vided bank state­ments lead­ing to more than US$15 mil­lion being frozen by Swiss Pros­e­cu­tor Gen­eral in a sep­a­rate Swiss money laun­der­ing inves­ti­ga­tion. Perepilich­nyy died in Novem­ber 2012 in sus­pi­cious cir­cum­stances in front of his home in Wey­bridge, Sur­rey at the age of 44.

 

The inves­ti­ga­tion into the Mag­nit­sky case has recently revealed a con­nec­tion of the pro­ceeds from the crime Sergei Mag­nit­sky uncov­ered to the ‘Panama Papers,’ and specif­i­cally to Sergei Roldugin, Pres­i­dent Putin’s long-time friend and cellist.

 

For more infor­ma­tion, please contact:

 

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Leaders of the European Parliament Call on Mogherini To Impose EU-Wide Magnitsky Sanctions in the Wake of the Anti-Magnitsky Event held in Brussels last week

May 2, 2016

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Lead­ers of the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment Call on Mogherini To Impose EU-Wide Mag­nit­sky Sanc­tions in the Wake of the Anti-Magnitsky Event held in Brus­sels last week

 

2 May 2016  – Fol­low­ing the anti-Magnitsky event held at the Euro­pean par­lia­ment last Wednes­day, and attended by Rus­sians included on Euro­pean Parliament’s sanc­tions list, today lead­ing mem­bers of the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment have called on Fed­er­ica Mogherini, EU’s for­eign affairs chief, to imple­ment Mag­nit­sky sanc­tions in Europe.

 

The call on Fed­er­ica Mogherini, in charge of EU’s for­eign pol­icy, is signed by Elmar Brok, Chair­man of the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment Com­mit­tee on For­eign Affairs,  Rebecca Harms, pres­i­dent of The Greens – Euro­pean Free Alliance group, Guy Ver­hof­s­tadt, chair of the Alde Group, and other mem­bers of the Euro­pean par­lia­ment from EPP, ECR, S&D, Alde, and Greens/EFA polit­i­cal groups.

 

Two years ago, on 2 April 2014,  the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment adopted a res­o­lu­tion call­ing on the EU Coun­cil of Min­is­ters to sanc­tion 32 Russ­ian indi­vid­u­als, con­nected to the case of Sergei Mag­nit­sky and his killing in Russ­ian police cus­tody after expos­ing the US$230 mil­lion fraud.  Since then, no action was taken by Euro­pean Exter­nal Action Ser­vice. In Jan­u­ary 2015, Ms Mogherini advised the Euro­pean par­lia­men­tar­i­ans she did not think it was a good policy.

 

Last week, on 27 April 2016, a del­e­ga­tion of Rus­sians, includ­ing Pavel Kar­pov and Andrei Pavlov who are No 7 and No 15 on the Euro­pean Parliament’s Mag­nit­sky Sanc­tions Res­o­lu­tion list, attended an anti-Magnitsky event at the Euro­pean par­lia­ment in Brus­sels, which was widely cov­ered by Russ­ian media. The event was orga­nized by Heidi Hau­tala, MEP from Fin­land, to screen a defam­a­tory film about Sergei Mag­nit­sky pro­duced by her Russ­ian boyfriend, Andrei Nekrasov. The film falsely claims that Sergei Mag­nit­sky had not been beaten in cus­tody and had not named police offi­cers in his tes­ti­monies for their role in the fraud to steal US$230 mil­lion from the Russ­ian bud­get. Ms Hau­tala invited Andrei Pavlov and Pavel Kar­pov, two peo­ple on the 32-people sanc­tions list approved by the par­lia­ment, to attend the event.

 

The pres­ence in the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment of two of these indi­vid­u­als, tar­geted by inter­na­tional sanc­tions, shows clearly the need for con­certed  EU action, and that HRVP Mogherini must finally bring the Mag­nit­sky sanc­tions to the Coun­cil for adop­tion,” said the state­ment by lead­ers of the Euro­pean Parliament.

 

We, mem­bers of the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment, strongly protest against the fact that two indi­vid­u­als named on a Euro­pean Parliament’s sanc­tions list received access to and par­tic­i­pated in an event in the EP held on 27 April this year … which appears to be used as part of a broader cam­paign to dis­credit crit­ics of the Russ­ian lead­er­ship, both inside and out­side the coun­try, and to den­i­grate Sergey Magnitsky’s per­son­al­ity and his tragic death in a Russ­ian prison cell,” said lead­ers of the Euro­pean Parliament.

Pavel Kar­pov and Andrei Pavlov are No 7 and No 15 on the Euro­pean Parliament’s Mag­nit­sky list, which rec­om­mends the EU Coun­cil of Min­is­ters to impose visa sanc­tions and asset freezes on those who were involved in the crimes against Sergei Magnitsky.

#7: KARPOV, Pavel, born 27 August 1977;

#15: PAVLOV, Andrey (a.k.a. Pavlov, Andrei), born 7 August 1977;

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Andrei Pavlov greet­ing Heidi Hau­tala, MEP, 27 April 2016

 

 

For more infor­ma­tion, please contact:

 

Jus­tice for Sergei Magnitsky

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www.lawandorderinrussia.org

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Two Russians Included in the European Parliament’s Magnitsky List Welcomed at the European Parliament for Anti-Magnitsky Event

April 29, 2016

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Two Rus­sians Included in the Euro­pean Parliament’s Mag­nit­sky List Wel­comed at the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment for Anti-Magnitsky Event

 

29 April 2016  – Two Rus­sians on the Euro­pean Parliament’s Mag­nit­sky Sanc­tions List were wel­comed at the Euro­pean par­lia­ment for the pre­miere of a film by a Russ­ian film­maker Andrei Nekrasov, defam­ing the mem­ory of Sergei Magnitsky.

 

Among those present in the audi­ence in Brus­sels on April 27th were ex police offi­cer Pavel Kar­pov, named in Sergei Magnitsky’s tes­ti­mony for his role in the cus­tody of doc­u­ments and files, used in the fraud to steal $230 mil­lion from the Russ­ian gov­ern­ment, and Andrei Pavlov, the lawyer who took part in sham court pro­ceed­ings, described in Sergei Magnitsky’s tes­ti­mony as part of that same crime.

 

Pavel Kar­pov and Andrei Pavlov are No 7 and No 15 on the Euro­pean Parliament’s Mag­nit­sky list, which rec­om­mends the Euro­pean Coun­cil to impose visa sanc­tions and asset freezes on those who were involved in the crimes against Sergei Magnitsky.

#7: KARPOV, Pavel, born 27 August 1977;

#15: PAVLOV, Andrey (a.k.a. Pavlov, Andrei), born 7 August 1977;

 

In his tes­ti­mony on the fraud, Sergei Mag­nit­sky described the roles of both Pavel Kar­pov and Andrei Pavlov. In par­tic­u­lar, Sergei Mag­nit­sky said in his 5 June 2008 testimony:

 

“Many times the lawyer of Fire­stone Dun­can (CIS) Lim­ited and the company’s rep­re­sen­ta­tives requested Inves­ti­ga­tor P.A. Kar­pov to return the seized doc­u­ments that were not related to the case inves­ti­gated by P.A. Kar­pov, but the inves­ti­ga­tor kept delay­ing the return of the doc­u­ments say­ing that there were many doc­u­ments and it took him much time to fin­ish exam­in­ing them.”

 

“I can con­firm that the seized fold­ers, which I also used in my work, con­tained the orig­i­nals of the lat­est edi­tions of the Arti­cles of Asso­ci­a­tion of LLC Kameya, LLC Par­fe­nion, LLC Rilend and LLC Makhaon, the orig­i­nal cer­tifi­cates of the tax reg­is­tra­tion, the orig­i­nal cer­tifi­cates of the legal entity state reg­is­tra­tion, the orig­i­nal Min­utes of meet­ings and res­o­lu­tions of the sole par­tic­i­pants of the com­pa­nies, the orig­i­nal legal­ized cer­tifi­cates con­firm­ing the res­i­dency of the com­pa­nies’ par­tic­i­pants and some other doc­u­ments,” tes­ti­fied Sergei Magnitsky.

 

In his tes­ti­mony Sergei Mag­nit­sky described fic­ti­tious claims filed against Hermitage’s com­pa­nies in Rus­sia and the appear­ance of Pavlov in those sham court proceedings:

 

“Almost at once it became clear that the fil­ing and con­sid­er­a­tion of the said claims were asso­ci­ated with fraud­u­lent actions because as it fol­lowed from the deci­sions of the Arbi­tra­tion Court of Saint-Petersburg and the Leningrad Region dated 3 and 7 Sep­tem­ber 2007, the court hear­ings had been attended by the LLC Makhaon rep­re­sen­ta­tive Yu.M. Maiorova and the LLC Rilend rep­re­sen­ta­tive A.A. Pavlov, who pre­sented Pow­ers of Attor­ney said to be issued by those com­pa­nies and dated 24 August 2007. It means the Pow­ers of Attor­ney were forged ones because the com­pa­nies’ seals had been seized and were kept at the Main Inves­tiga­tive Depart­ment of the Main Inter­nal Affairs Depart­ment of Moscow.

 

Four months later, on 7 Octo­ber 2008, Sergei Mag­nit­sky con­firmed his 5 June 2008 tes­ti­mony and added in his tes­ti­mony the dis­cov­ery of “the embez­zle­ment of bud­get funds that took place in excess of Five Bil­lion rubles, which was obvi­ously com­mit­ted by the same group of per­sons that used ille­gal re-registration of Par­fe­nion LLC, Makhaon LLC, and Rilend LLC and fil­ing claims against those com­pa­nies as a tool for embez­zling money from the state trea­sury.

 

At the event held in the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment seven and half years later, on 27 April 2016,  Pavel Kar­pov was giv­ing inter­views to Russ­ian TV sta­tions, and Andrei Pavlov was able to approach Heidi Hau­tala, MEP from Fin­land, who hosted the event.

 

Andrei Pavlov greet­ing Heidi Hau­tala, MEP, 27 April 2016

 

Lithuan­ian MEP Petras Aus­tre­vi­cius inter­rupted pro­ceed­ings in the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment the fol­low­ing day, on 28 April 2016, to draw atten­tion to the fact that two Russ­ian cit­i­zens whose names were placed on the Euro­pean Parliament’s Mag­nit­sky list, had been allowed access to the par­lia­ment the pre­vi­ous day.

 

Mr Aus­tre­vi­cius, MEP, said:

 

I deplore this hap­pen­ing within the walls of the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment,” it was, he went on, “an issue of the integrity of our own decisions.”

 

For more infor­ma­tion, please contact:

 

Jus­tice for Sergei Magnitsky

+44 207 440 1777

e-mail: info@lawandorderinrussia.org

www.lawandorderinrussia.org

www.facebook.com/russianuntouchables

Twit­ter: @Billbrowder

 

Let­ter from the Mag­nit­sky Fam­ily about the film of Andrei Nekrasov defam­ing mem­ory of Sergei Magnitsky

http://russian-untouchables.com/docs/Letter%20from%20the%20Family%20of%20Sergei%20Magnitsky%20on%20Nekrasov%20movie.pdf

 

 



Magnitsky Family Blasts the Green Party in the European Parliament for Hosting Premiere of a False and Offensive Film about Sergei Magnitsky by Andrei Nekrasov

April 27, 2016

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Mag­nit­sky Fam­ily Blasts the Green Party in the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment for Host­ing Pre­miere of a False and Offen­sive Film about Sergei Mag­nit­sky by Andrei Nekrasov

 

27 April 2016 – The widow and mother of Sergei Mag­nit­sky have writ­ten to the Green/EFA fac­tion in the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment (see their let­ter) protest­ing the pre­miere of a new false, offen­sive and defam­a­tory film by Russ­ian film­maker Andrei Nekrasov about their mur­dered hus­band and son. The pre­miere will take place this after­noon at 5:30 pm at the Euro­pean Parliament.

 

The pre­miere is spon­sored at the Euro­pean Par­lia­ment by the Greens/EFA Group, and hosted by Heidi Hau­tala, Finnish MEP, Vice Pres­i­dent of the Green/EFA Group, who was reported in the Finnish press to be film­maker Andrei Nekrasov’s girl­friend.

 

The Mag­nit­sky fam­ily expressed their indig­na­tion in the let­ter about this new attempt to blacken Sergei Magnitsky’s name. They view this film as pro­mot­ing the inter­ests of those who Sergei Mag­nit­sky exposed and who are afraid of the truth he had uncovered.

 

“This film has been made in the inter­est of those who are scared of the truth uncov­ered by Sergei Mag­nit­sky, - said Sergei Magnitsky’s mother and widow. - “By this let­ter the fam­ily of Sergei Mag­nit­sky state their highly neg­a­tive reac­tion to this film and protest against uncon­scionable attempts to blacken Sergei Magnitsky’s name. We are cat­e­gor­i­cally against pub­lic view­ing of the Andrei Nekrasov’s film, against its dis­tri­b­u­tion in any form.”

 

The let­ter from the Mag­nit­sky fam­ily states that the film con­tains false infor­ma­tion and lies about Sergei Mag­nit­sky. They are cat­e­gor­i­cally against any show­ing or dis­tri­b­u­tion of this film, includ­ing and espe­cially at the Euro­pean Parliament.

 

“We believe that the film by Andrei Nekrasov, based on his inven­tions, and not on doc­u­ments and facts, is degrad­ing to the dig­nity of Sergei Mag­nit­sky, degrad­ing to the deceased, who can­not defend him­self,” says the let­ter from the Mag­nit­sky family.

 

The film by Andrei Nekrasov and pro­ducer Torstein Grude of Piraya Films (Nor­way) is designed to per­pet­u­ate a Russ­ian gov­ern­ment dis­in­for­ma­tion cam­paign about the Mag­nit­sky case for a West­ern audi­ence. The film claims that Sergei Mag­nit­sky was not beaten in cus­tody, was not a lawyer, did not tes­tify against Russ­ian offi­cials, did not inves­ti­gate the US$230 mil­lion fraud, but instead com­mit­ted it him­self.
These false claims are con­tra­dicted by numer­ous doc­u­ments. In par­tic­u­lar, the claim that he wasn’t beaten is refuted by the pho­tos of his injuries from the state autopsy; his death cer­tifi­cate stat­ing he had a sus­pected cere­br­ial cra­nial injury; cer­tifi­cates from the deten­tion cen­ter where he died record­ing the appli­ca­tion of rub­ber batons; the Russ­ian state foren­sic opin­ion find­ing that Sergei Magnitsky’s injuries were con­sis­tent with blunt force trauma.
Magnitsky’s pro­fes­sion as a lawyer is demon­strated by his role in rep­re­sent­ing his mul­ti­ple clients in court, pro­vid­ing them legal advice, and his own tes­ti­mony iden­ti­fy­ing him­self as a lawyer.

 

The fact that Sergei Magnitsky’s tes­ti­fied against police offi­cers is proven by his tes­ti­mony from 5 June 2008 in which he described the theft of Hermitage’s com­pa­nies and fraud­u­lent claims against them, men­tion­ing police offi­cer Kuznetsov 14 times and police offi­cer Kar­pov 13 times, his 7 Octo­ber 2008 tes­ti­mony in which he con­firmed his 5 June 2008 tes­ti­mony and tes­ti­fied that the same group who stole Hermitage’s com­pa­nies stole US$230 mln from the Russ­ian budget.

 

The claim that Sergei Mag­nit­sky stole US$230 mln is refuted by the dis­cov­ery of the illicit pro­ceeds from the fraud on accounts con­nected to the Russ­ian offi­cials and mem­bers of their fam­i­lies; the joint travel of the crim­i­nals and Russ­ian gov­ern­ment offi­cials involved in the fraud; the fact that Mag­nit­sky helped Her­mitage report the crime three weeks before the crim­i­nals applied for the fraud­u­lent tax refund, and the fact that the same crim­i­nal organ­i­sa­tion did sim­i­lar crimes before and after.

 

The false and defam­a­tory alle­ga­tions about Sergei Mag­nit­sky that Nekrasov tries to make have been refuted in the past by inde­pen­dent inter­na­tional insti­tu­tions includ­ing the Coun­cil of Europe, the EU Par­lia­ment, the US State Depart­ment and many oth­ers who have stud­ied the case in detail. Fur­ther­more, the alle­ga­tions in the film are also con­tra­dicted by the Russ­ian government’s own evi­dence, court records, and expert conclusions.

 

In Sergei Magnitsky’s own hand-written state­ment, 4 days before his death, on 12 Novem­ber 2009, he wrote:

 

“By now it has been a year that I am being held hostage in prison in the inter­ests of the per­sons, who are inter­ested to ensure that those actu­ally guilty in the theft of 5.4 bil­lion rubles [US$230 mil­lion] from the bud­get will never be brought to jus­tice. … Inves­ti­ga­tor Silchenko does not want to iden­tify the other per­sons, who made this fraud pos­si­ble. He wants the lawyers of the Her­mitage Fund, who pur­sued and con­tinue to pur­sue attempts for this case be inves­ti­gated, be forced to emi­grate from their coun­try, in which crim­i­nal cases were fab­ri­cated against them on phony grounds, or like me be detained in custody.

 

My deten­tion in cus­tody has absolutely noth­ing in com­mon with the pur­pose of crim­i­nal jus­tice, which I referred to ear­lier. It has noth­ing in com­mon with the legal pur­pose of restraint listed in Arti­cle 97 of the Russ­ian Crim­i­nal Pro­ce­dural Code, but this is a pun­ish­ment to which I have been sub­jected for merely defend­ing the inter­ests of my client and, ulti­mately, the inter­ests of the Gov­ern­ment, because should my client’s inter­ests be real­ized, should the law enforce­ment agen­cies stop obstruct­ing the inter­ests of my client and instead assisted them, then the theft of 5.4 bil­lion rubles from the state would not be pos­si­ble. The actual pur­pose of my crim­i­nal pros­e­cu­tion and my deten­tion in cus­tody are in con­flict with the law.”

 

The mother of Sergei Mag­nit­sky has pre­vi­ously writ­ten to the pro­ducer of the film, but received no reply.

 

Let­ter from Sergei Mag­nit­sky Fam­ily: http://russian-untouchables.com/docs/Letter%20from%20family%20%20on%20Nekrasov%20movie.pdf

 

For more infor­ma­tion please con­tact:

 

Jus­tice for Sergei Magnitsky

 

+44 207 440 1777

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www.lawandorderinrussia.org

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Kremlin’s TV Accused the CIA of a Plot to Cause the Death of Sergei Magnitsky

April 14, 2016

Last night, the Kremlin’s main TV pro­pa­ganda chan­nel, Rossiya-1, dis­trib­uted a video show­ing fake doc­u­ments claim­ing that the CIA had organ­ised the with­hold­ing of med­ical care to Sergei Mag­nit­sky in a Russ­ian deten­tion cen­ter to cause his death. To sup­port this claim, the TV chan­nel showed a CIA report dated 20 Sep­tem­ber 2009, which accord­ing to one of the program’s par­tic­i­pants, was authen­ti­cated in a foren­sic report by a UK com­pany headed by a senior ex MI-6 agent.

“The Kremlin’s pro­pa­ganda is in con­tra­dic­tion with all offi­cial Russ­ian doc­u­ments describ­ing the tor­tur­ous con­di­tions that had been cre­ated by Russ­ian author­i­ties for Sergei Mag­nit­sky dur­ing his 358 days in deten­tion and the fact that senior offi­cials in the Russ­ian Gen­eral Prosecutor’s Office refused his writ­ten requests for med­ical atten­tion,” said a rep­re­sen­ta­tive of Mag­nit­sky Jus­tice Campaign.

As a result of his mis­treat­ment for the first six months in deten­tion, Sergei Mag­nit­sky lost nearly 20 kg, and devel­oped pan­cre­ati­tis and gall­stones, which were diag­nosed on 1 July 2009, as shown by reply from Matrosskaya Tishina deten­tion cen­ter. He was pre­scribed surgery. But one week before the sched­uled surgery, Sergei Mag­nit­sky was moved to a new deten­tion cen­ter, Butyrka, which did not have any med­ical facil­i­ties. The deci­sion was sanc­tioned by Russ­ian Inte­rior Min­istry inves­ti­ga­tor Silchenko and serv­ing head of the Russ­ian Pen­i­ten­tiary Sys­tem Petrukhin. All requests from Sergei Mag­nit­sky and his lawyers for med­ical care were refused by offi­cials from the Inte­rior Min­istry, Gen­eral Prosecutor’s Office, deten­tion sys­tem, and judges (see The Tor­ture and Mur­der of Sergei Mag­nit­sky report).

In May 2009, the Coun­cil of Europe’s Rap­por­teur asked Russ­ian Gen­eral Prosecutor’s Office to inves­ti­gate the tor­tur­ous con­di­tions Sergei Mag­nit­sky was sub­jected to in deten­tion. She received an offi­cial response that Sergei Mag­nit­sky had not been arrested and that the named police offi­cer did not work in the Russ­ian Inte­rior Min­istry. The UK Law Soci­ety wrote to Russ­ian Gen­eral Pros­e­cu­tor Chaika in July 2009 urg­ing him to release Sergei Mag­nit­sky from cus­tody. In Octo­ber 2009, Gen­eral Prosecutor’s Office responded that there was no need to inter­vene, and that there was no vio­la­tion of his rights in custody.

On 16 Novem­ber 2009, after nearly 12 months in cus­tody Sergei Mag­nit­sky was moved from Byturka to Matrosskaya Tishina, allegedly for hos­pi­tal­i­sa­tion. But instead of being admit­ted to the hos­pi­tal, Sergei Mag­nit­sky was put in an iso­la­tion cell and beaten by eight guards. Civil­ian doc­tors were not let into his cell until he was dead.  In spite of an appli­ca­tion from Sergei Magnitsky’s mother to bring to jus­tice over 50 offi­cials from the Gen­eral Prosecutor’s Office, Inte­rior Min­istry, FSB and Pen­i­ten­tiary Sys­tem for the mur­der of her son, the Russ­ian Inves­tiga­tive Com­mit­tee closed the case into his death claim­ing absence of crime.

The jour­nal­ist behind yesterday’s fake “evi­dence” on the alleged CIA Plot to kill Sergei Mag­nit­sky is Evgeniy Popov, who works for Rossiya-1, and has been sanc­tioned by Ukraine for his role in the dis­in­for­ma­tion cam­paign about the war in Ukraine. Ear­lier in April, Evgeniy Popov trav­eled to Lon­don to obtain a video footage of William Browder’s office there. Police had to be called in because of dis­rup­tion he caused.

 



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