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How the KBM and his ilk line their pockets
« on: 07:54 10-Mar-2020 »
Bill Browder has given permission for his presentation to the UK's Intelligent and Intelligence Committee to be released to the public domain.

Informative and obviously very true.

The FSB and the Russian Interior Ministry then organised the arrest of Sergei Magnitsky, who had testified in defence of his colleagues and named a number of the corrupt officials involved in the fraud. Following his arrest, Mr Magnitsky was held 358 days in detention without trial in excrement-covered cells. He was repeatedly moved from cell to cell, denied medical treatment, violently abused, and beaten with rubber truncheons after he refused to change his testimony against the officials he had implicated. On 16 November 2009, following a beating and the continued denial of medical care, Mr. Magnitsky died in his cell at the age of 37.

Written evidence : To the UK Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament's Inquiry on Russia by William Browder