Bill Browder on Putin’s Russia

CBS. “The Russian regime is a criminal regime. We’re dealing with a nuclear country run by a bunch of Mafia crooks. And we have to know that.”


#Parliament motions
Countries around the world have been passing motions, resolutions and laws in support of the visa ban and asset freeze initiative in order to punish the officials who played a role in the false arrest, torture and death of Magnitsky, as well as those who are covering up the crimes against him.


#Why Europe Needs a Magnitsky Law
The widow and mother of late whistle-blowing lawyer Magnitsky along with 54 politicians, human rights activists and victims of human rights abuses are calling on politicians to implement Magnitsky Sanctions in Europe. Visit the book site


#An organized criminal group
The false arrest, torture and murder of Sergei Magnitsky was arranged by the Klyuev Organized Crime Group after Sergei Magnitsky exposed the way it was systematically stealing from the Russian treasury.


#Crimes of the Klyuev Organized Crime Group





#Travel Records Showing the Cooperation Between Convicted Criminals and Russian Officials




#Dead Bodies left in the Wake of the Klyuev Organized Crime Group




#Russian Untouchables. E04: Organized Crime Inside the Russian Government
An organized criminal group within the Russian Government systematically steals hundreds of millions of dollars from the Russian people, kills Sergei Magnitsky, and is protected at the highest levels.


#Russian Untouchables. E03: Olga Stepanova
See assets Stepanov's family now owns: Real Estate, offshore companies, bank accounts, travel. Compare it to their declared income. Applications filed to investigate tax officials' role in the $230mln theft and their illicit wealth.



#Russian Untouchables. E02: Major Pavel Karpov
Major Pavel Karpov worked together with Artem Kuznetsov in the theft of $230 million and repressive cases against Sergei Magnitsky. Afterwards, he buys over $1.3 million worth of property and goes on five star luxury holidays.



#Russian Untouchables. E01: Lt. Col Artem Kuznetsov
Lt. Col. Artem Kuznetsov helps steal $230 million from the Russian Government, organizes the murder of Sergei Magnitsky, buys over $3 million in property, and travels the world in style.



#The Corruption Exposed by Sergei Magnitsky
Click to view video describing how Russian officials and their criminal accomplices stole $230 million – the story of crime and corruption exposed by Sergei Magnitsky.



#Sergei's Law
Magnitsky was tortured to death for exposing a $230mln theft from Russian people. His killers are protected by the Russian government. Watch video made by group of Russian&American students to see why the killers must be punished. Sign petition to support visa bans&asset freezes.


Justice for Sergei. ICU Documentary.The death in prison of Sergei Magnitsky, a young Russian lawyer, remains one of the darkest scandals in the blotchy history of Russia's criminal justice system. One year on, this documentary brings the full details of his tragic story to light.


#Cardin List


# Senator John McCain's Letter
Senator McCain Calls Upon President Obama to Apply Aggressive New Sanctions Designed to Combat Terrorism to the Russian Organized Crime Group Who Murdered Sergei Magnitsky



Russian Government Cover up in Magnitsky Case in Persons and Documents

Magnitsky’s Torture and Murder Cover up An explosive 75-page report with documents showing how Sergei Magnitsky was murdered in Russian Interior Ministry custody and how the Russian government has consistently lied in public about his false arrest, torture and death to cover up the criminal liability of the Russian officials involved

Expose of Russian Officials in Persons and Documents

The aim is to expose the officials in the Russian government who concealed the criminal liability of those involved in Magnitsky’s torture and killing and the crimes he had uncovered, highlight available materials which reveal how the cover up is done, who is involved, and who contributes to it.

Deputy General Prosecutor Victor Grin Viktork Grin

The first exposé of the new project features the role played by Russia’s Deputy General Prosecutor Victor Grin in the cover up of Sergei Magnitsky’s detention and death and in the cover up of the criminal conspiracy exposed by Sergei Magnitsky.

Judge Artur Karpov in Magnitsky, Navalny and Bolotnaya Cases Artur Karpov

Moscow district judge Artur Karpov has refused complaints from Magnitsky’s mother seeking an investigation of her son’s torture and murder. He also sanctioned arrests of Bolotnaya square protesters and the house arrest of anti-corruption blogger Alexei Navalny. For more click here.

Latest news and blog posts

22 September 2014 Russian oligarch’s arrest a warning from Putin, says hedge fund boss

The Guardian. The arrest of one of Russia’s richest men last week was an attempt by President Vladimir Putin to protect himself from a palace coup, according to one of his most vocal critics.

19 September 2014 Former New York Prosecutor Faces Confidentiality Breach Hearing

Wall Street Journal. John Moscow, a prominent former New York prosecutor, faces a hearing this week on whether he breached a prior client’s confidentiality when he began defending companies belonging to a Russian accused of buying Manhattan properties with the proceeds of a $230 million tax fraud.

21 May 2014 U.S. Treasury Sanctions 12 More Russians Under ‘Magnitsky Act’

Radio Free Europe. The U.S. Treasury has announced sanctions against 12 more Russians for alleged human rights abuses, including prison officials who allegedly withheld medical care from a man who uncovered tax fraud in Russia.

21 May 2014 Obama Targets Russian Mob Boss

Daily Beast. The U.S. government has publicly added 12 Russian officials to a list of human right violators but he head of the Russian Investigative Committee may be on a still secret part of that list.

21 May 2014 U.S. Treasury Adds 12 Russians to ‘Magnitsky List’

Moscow Times. The U.S. has sanctioned 12 Russians for human rights abuses, including officials who allegedly withheld medical care from lawyer Sergei Magnitsky who died in prison after exposing large-scale corruption in Russia.

21 May 2014 Magnitsky Sanctions Designations

Specially Designated Nationals List

19 March 2014 Magnitsky Sanctions List of 32 Persons Adopted by the Foreign Affairs Committee of the European Parliament

1. ALISOV, Igor, born 11 March 1968;
2. DROGANOV, Aleksey (a.k.a. DROGANOV, Alexei), born 11 October 1975;
3. EGOROVA, Olga, born 29 June 1955;
4. GAUS, Alexandra, born 29 March 1975;
5. GERASIMOVA, Anastasia, born 22 January 1982;
6. GRIN, Victor, born 1 January 1951;
7. KARPOV, Pavel, born 27 August 1977;
8. KHIMINA, Yelena (a.k.a. KHIMINA, Elena), born 11 February 1953;
9. KLYUEV, Dmitry (a.k.a. KLYUEV, Dmitriy or KLYUEV, Dmitri),born 10 August 1967;
10. KOMNOV, Dmitriy (a.k.a. KOMNOV, Dmitri), born 17 May 1977;
11. KRIVORUCHKO, Aleksey (a.k.a. KRIVORUCHKO, Alex), born 25 August 1977;
12. KUZNETSOV, Artem (a.k.a. KUZNETSOV, Artyom), born 28 February 1975;
13. LOGUNOV, Oleg, born 4 February 1962;
14. MAYOROVA, Yulya (a.k.a. MAYOROVA, Yulia), born 23 April 1979;
15. PAVLOV, Andrey (a.k.a. Pavlov, Andrei), born 7 August 1977;
16. PECHEGIN, Andrey (a.k.a. PECHEGIN, Andrei), born 24 September 1965;
17. PODOPRIGOROV, Sergei, born 8 January 1974;
18. PONOMAREV, Konstantin, born 14 August 1971;
19. PROKOPENKO, Ivan Pavlovitch, born 28 September 1973;
20. REZNICHENKO, Mikhail, born 20 February 1985;
21. SAPUNOVA, Marina, born 19 June 1971;
22. SHUPOLOVSKY, Mikhail, born 28 September 1983;
23. SILCHENKO, Oleg, born 25 June 1977;
24. STASHINA, Yelena (a.k.a. STASHINA, Elena), born 5 Nov 1963;
25. STEPANOVA, Olga, born 29 July 1962;
26. STROITELEV, Denis, born 23 January 1973;
27. TAGIEV, Fikhret, born 3 April 1962;
28. TOLCHINSKIY, Dmitry (a.k.a. TOLCHINSKY, Dmitriy), born 11 May 1982;
29. UKHNALYOVA, Svetlana (a.k.a. UKHNALEV, Svetlana), born 14 March 1973;
30. URZHUMTSEV, Oleg, born 22 October 1968;
31. VINOGRADOVA, Natalya, born 16 June 1973;
32. VORONIN, Victor, born 11 February 1958

19 March 2014 Why London turns a blind eye to Russia’s adventurism

The Guardian.Threats to Russia over its actions in Ukraine are undermined by the warm welcome its billionaires continue to receive in the west.

19 March 2014 How U.S. sanctions hope to strike at Putin’s allies without actually targeting Putin

Washington Post. On Monday, President Obama released a list of individuals sanctioned for their involvement in Crimea’s vote to join the Russian Federation. Of the 10 names on the list, seven are Russian.

19 March 2014 Time for the Magnitsky Act

National Review Online. When it comes to Ukraine, the United States and European Union are stuck between a rock and a hard place. Russian troops are hunkering down in the recently occupied Crimean peninsula, showing no signs of retreat.

Sergei Magnitsky was falsely arrested and tortured to death in pre-trial detention by the Russian Interior Ministry officers, whom he had caught stealing and whom he testified against. Despite the mountain of evidence against the officers, the Russian Government is currently treating his arrest as legitimate and his death in custody as an accident.

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