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.”
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.
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.
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.
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
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
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.
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“Boris Nemtsov and Sergei Magnitsky were optimists and believed in a brighter future for Russia. They show us that Russia produces great people with humanity and integrity. The fact that both were killed in cold blood, and in both cases those responsible have not been brought to account, is the call for action. We cannot bring Boris and Sergei back, but we owe it to them to seek justice in the form of further Magnitsky sanctions on corrupt officials and human rights violators by countries around the world.” Bill Browder, author of ‘Red Notice’
The winners of the 2015 ‘Sergei Magnitsky Human Rights Awards’ were announced in London last night: 1) Boris Nemtsov (posthumously and accepted by his daughter Zhanna Nemtsova), Russian opposition leader (Special Award for Campaigning for Democracy); 2) Guy Verhofstadt, Member (read more…)
Senator Rubio has called to intensify U.S. sanctions on those responsible for the murder of Sergei Magnitsky and the assassination of Boris Nemtsov. Senator shared his thoughts and prayers with the family and colleagues of Sergei Magnitsky who was killed (read more…)
Zhanna Nemtsova receives her father’s award at the ceremony in London Boris Nemtsov, the Russian politician, assassinated near the Kremlin in late February this year, was posthumously awarded the Sergei Magnitsky 2015 Human Rights Prize for Democracy. The prize was (read more…)
Boris Nemtsov calls for justice for Sergei Magnitsky. Photo published on 6th year anniversary of the murder of Sergei Magnitsky in police custody and the 263d day since the murder of Boris Nemtsov near the Kremlin.
Press Statement Mark C. Toner Deputy Department Spokesperson U.S. Department of State Washington, DC November 13, 2015 Six years ago, on November 16, 2009, Russian lawyer Sergey Magnitskiy died in a Moscow prison. An investigation by Russia’s Presidential Human Rights (read more…)
U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-MD), Ranking Member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee and author of the Sergei Magnitsky Rule of Law Accountability Act (Public Law 112-208), issued a statement ahead of the sixth anniversary of Sergei Magnitsky’s murder. “November (read more…)
Global Post. Agence France-Presse on Nov 13, 2015 @ 9:24 PM The United States lamented Russia’s failure Friday to punish those responsible for the death of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, on the sixth anniversary of his murky demise in a Moscow (read more…)
The Justice for Sergei Magnitsky campaign is launching the ‘Sergei Magnitsky Human Rights Awards.’
The Sergei Magnitsky Human Rights Awards will be given in 9 categories to praise international politicians, journalists and civil society activists who have worked in the spirit of Sergei Magnitsky — with faith, strength and integrity.
The Globe and Mail. In March, the House of Commons unanimously adopted my motion calling for sanctions against individual human-rights violators, including those complicit in the 2009 detention, torture and murder of Russian whistle-blower Sergei Magnitsky. With just weeks until Parliament rises for the summer, however, the government is running out of time to act upon that expression of laudable intent.