A security guard stands next to the empty defendant's cage in the Tverskoy district court of Moscow on March 27, 2013, during a hearing in the posthumous trial of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky for tax evasion, days after Russia closed a probe into the circumstances of his prison death.
The Russian authorities seek to involve Interpol in an abusive and politically-motivated attack on Mr Browder. Anyone offering the Russian Interior Ministry support... will become part and parcel of Mr Putin's political vendetta against Mr Browder and attempts to cover up the murder of Sergei Magnitsky.
Sergei Magnitsky is an inspiration to human rights activists around the world. He offers a legacy of courageMore quotes »
Dead Russian whistleblower set for day in court
-- The trial of whistleblowing Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky is to begin next month, even though he died in prison three years ago.A Russian court on Monday ruled the trial is to begin March 4. Prosecutors accuse Magnitsky and his former client, investor Read more »
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Russia asks Interpol to stop Magnitsky campaigner
case for EU sanctions on Russian officials linked to the alleged murder of his former employee, whistleblower accountant Sergei Magnitsky. He is also a frequent visitor in Berlin, The Hague, Paris, Rome, Stockholm and Warsaw. But he is a wanted man in Russia, from EUobserver.com Read more »
Russia wants Interpol to impose 'All Points Bulletin' on British hedge fund boss Bill Browder
fund boss wanted by Moscow who is at the heart of a diplomatic stand-off over the alleged killing of whistle-blowing lawyer Sergei Magnitsky. The international policing body will decide this week whether to approve the request from the Russian authorities from The Independent Read more »
Letter from Europe: One Man Against the Kremlin
for after a remarkable three-year campaign to hold Russian government officials accountable for the wrongful death of Sergei L. Magnitsky, a 37-year-old lawyer, in a Moscow prison in 2009. Luckily for Mr. Browder, when Russia ’s leaders get really mad, they from The New York Times Read more »
John Yoo fulfills a dream
against the U.S.—and against democratic liberty. For now, Mr. Putin is hoping for a victory in the Moscow courts, where Sergei Magnitsky has been put on trial posthumously, tortured even in the grave. It’s a good thing that Obama’s reelection now provides from Power Line Read more »
As UK newspaper boss Alexander Lebedev faces jail in Russia... Putin will stop at nothing to silence critics of his gangster state
serve the interests of the state in the Soviet manner.’ Vera is also covering the prosecution of the lawyer and whistleblower Sergei Magnitsky, so absurd it could have come from the pages of Gogol. Why? Magnitsky is dead. Yet his case and that against his from Daily Mail - UK Read more »