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Dems: Why did DOJ dismiss fraud case connected to Russian lawyer?

14 Juillet 2017

On a side note, if that Magnitsky name sounds familiar it's because he's the person behind the "Magnitsky Act" which resulted in a U.S. law that branded 18 Russians as human-rights abusers. Donald Trump Jr. said she spent much of the time attacking U.S. sanctions.

Magnitsky was a tax lawyer with the Hermitage Fund, a London-based firm that invested in Russia. "They wanted it so badly". Russian prosecutors said they suspected the transactions also may have violated U.S. law and that they planned to send an international assistance request to the U.S. seeking a probe. If people with pre-existing conditions are the only ones buying policies that have to cover pre-existing conditions, those policies will get pretty expensive - maybe prohibitively expensive. The regional elites are several notches below the Kremlin level, which explains Putin spokesman Dmitri Peskov's snobbish reaction to news about Veselnitskaya: "No, we don't know who that is, we cannot follow all the meetings of all the Russian lawyers both inside the country and overseas". But there has been little focus on the Democrats who willingly served for years on her payroll helping to wage a Russian-led lobby campaign against the law.

During a news conference in Paris on Thursday, President Trump tried to blame the Obama administration for the fact his eldest son eagerly took a June 2016 meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer who promised to provide the campaign with incriminating information about Hillary Clinton. Magnitsky was a lawyer who died in custody at a Russian jail after revealing large-scale theft in the country sanctioned and carried out by the Russian government, according to Browder.

Ms. Veselnitskaya, 42, earned her status as the go-to lawyer for the Moscow regional government.

Prevezon agreed in May to pay $6 million to the government to avoid a civil trial on charges that the firm had laundered proceeds from an alleged $230 million Russian tax fraud scheme. His statement did not dispute the Times report on the email.

"During this detention I was unjustifiably subjected to a strip search, for no apparent reason", Veselnitskaya wrote.

The former largest foreign investor in Russia said the country is now "completely, absolutely uninvestable".

The Magnitsky Act, passed with bipartisan support in 2012, froze U.S. assets of Russians purportedly involved in the detention and suspicious death of whistle-blowing attorney Sergei Magnitsky in a Russian prison in 2009.

Natalia Veselnitskaya was one of Prevezon's lawyers.

She also said her clients include "large state-owned and private corporations".

While the Congressmen didn't cite any evidence that the two events are definitely related, they sent Sessions a laundry list of questions.

Potomac Square also partnered with Dean's campaign manger Joe Trippi on behalf of the families of radical Islamic terrorists held at Guantanamo Bay. In 2011, he was accused of participating in an attempt to paint asylum-seeking Russian bureaucrat Ashot Egiazaryan as an anti-Semite in order to enlist Jewish groups to prevent him from being admitted to the United States (Browder echoed the accusation that Akhmetshin smeared Egiazaryan in a phone interview).

Did Trump Jr.et al. not know their guest's background?


Dems: Why did DOJ dismiss fraud case connected to Russian lawyer?