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UK sanctions Russians, Saudis under new Magnitsky powers

WBBM Late Morning News

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

UK sanctions Russians, Saudis under new Magnitsky powers

"Britain has announced an economic sanctions against individuals and organizations from Russia, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar in North Korea under new powers to punish human rights offenders. Country's foreign secretary says they target those behind some of the notorious violations in recent years. They include Saudi intelligence officials accused of involvement in the murder of journalist Jamal Cash. O G and Russian authorities implicated in the death of an anti corruption

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Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

Trending Today USA

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Jamal Khashoggi case: All the latest updates

"Saudi Arabia says it's still investigating the killing of a critical journalist as the US faces. A sanctions deadline Saudi Arabia's foreign Minister, Adel algebra says the killing of dissident journalist Jamal ca Schroeck g was a mistake and mistakes happen, but he insists Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman didn't order the murder and any determination from the United States that he did would be in his words putting the cart before the horse. The US is looking at a deadline to sanction Saudi Arabia under the Magnitsky human Rights Act, US intelligence agencies have concluded the crown prince was involved. The New York Times reported this week the prince told an eighty year before the killing he would use a bullet on kashogi, but the president has been reluctant

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"magnitsky" Discussed on The View

The View

04:16 min | 1 year ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on The View

"Parliament about the Magnitsky. Moving on. Adding to young people. Who prove the futures look bright I up and why Antoinette the eight year old internet super stuff from Atlanta, Georgia who schools people on college level. Neuro science topics from cell division to synapses in videos coast from her bedroom lab, see plans on becoming a new rose search when she gets older and nNcholas Bouma the seven year old author whose vocabulary building book Kayla and Kaley the walking dictionaries volume. One was recently added to the library of congress. Inclu tending my team coming on the panic the Neha and look for Kayla and Kyle at the walking dictionaries volume two to hit book shows this summer of you have any doubt that kids are out there doing their thing. This should help you realize that. Yes, they are. We'll be back. The heat is on there's a war happening in homes across America about who controls. The thermostats are the co host winning their battles. Okay. So there's a big election coming and the candidates are lining up. You've got Got to to work run for. for. Impossible when we come together. It is raining candidates here on the new voice. Different use. This country's ready for person. Only one way to find out. They all have one thing in common the eight come here because this is the best place to in this epic year ahead. Anybody who's anybody who wants to make it to the next level in politics to come on this show because this is the place to be heard Republican wanna make news come on the show view on ABC. Later, boomer congressman Jesse L Jackson junior and his mother Jacqueline Jackson on surviving the scandal. That rocked the Jackson family legacy import him behind bars, and you shine the light on his darkest days in prison. Welcome back. So I know this is silly and ridiculous. But a survey found that one of the most common arguments this time we in house oils America is what temperature put thermostat. Like, yeah. A lot of stuff we should be talking about because this on the list, but this interest. Because I feel like everybody deals with this. If you're going through the change. Oh, yeah. You don't want to. If you're someone who's body rose, very very cold. You wanted a little womb? So june's. Dunes hormones are through the roof right now. So the night it's to be ice cold. I think it's similar to when you're going through the change. I imagine my mom bought this huge fan. I remember her room to open the freezer head in there. All day long. But it's it's a problem because my husband is freezing in here. Like will you couch because I'm Clinton? With the way, I want it. We fight in our house over because Paloma, and I are always cold and Manny and Gabriel always hot. And so many keeps thermostat at about sixty seven sixty eight throughout the entire house. So we all. Manny. Actually, we all looked comfy comfy for everybody. And we all have them on that's game real Palomas at on. And that was that was just what we agreed on. It was like if we're going to all be so long the degrees. Yeah. Because they would Gabriel Manny would lower it. And it was like we we were. It was crazy..

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Trump signals US won't punish Saudi crown prince over Khashoggi murder

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:37 sec | 2 years ago

Trump signals US won't punish Saudi crown prince over Khashoggi murder

"Saudi Arabia, a great ally. The president says the US will not punish that country for the murder of journalist and US resident Jamal kashogi the leaders of the Senate Foreign Relations committee has demanded that the Trump administration examined whether Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin Salman was responsible for the murder of kashogi last month Republican Bob corker and democrat Bob Menendez letter to the president triggered a provision of the global Magnitsky human rights accountability. Act. It requires the president to determine whether a foreign person was responsible for a human rights violation for

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Russian Police General Poised To Become Next President Of Interpol

NPR's World Story of the Day

02:27 min | 2 years ago

Russian Police General Poised To Become Next President Of Interpol

"Support for this podcast and the following message. Come from internet essentials from Comcast. Connecting more than six million low income people to low cost high speed internet at home. So students are ready for homework class graduation and more. Now, they're ready for anything the international police organization INTERPOL has been without a chief since October. That's when its president a Chinese law enforcement official was first reported missing. He then resigned as he came under investigation by China's anti corruption authority now his likely replacement is a Russian police general as NPR's Lucian Kim reports from Moscow his name is Alexander Procup took a general in the Russian police force who already serves his Interpol's vice president for Europe some of President Vladimir Putin's most vocal critics oppose his candidacy as Interpol's President Bill Browder says Putin Woody festively gained control of INTERPOL to put his Representative in charge of the most important international crime fighting organization. Is like putting the mafia in charge Browner used to be a successful fund manager in Russia, but became a Kremlin critic after the death of his lawyer Sergei Magnitsky in a Moscow prison broader pushed the US congress to pass the Magnitsky act which sanctions human rights offenders and corrupt officials Russian. Authorities have since tried repeatedly to get Browder arrested by INTERPOL on Tuesday. Browder held a press conference in London with another Putin opponent. Exiled oil tycoon, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, year, shitty or suppose store. Euroco ski centers Interpol's new chief Prokop shook would follow orders from the Kremlin. But the job of INTERPOL president is to a large extent symbolic day-to-day executive functions. Are carried out by the secretary general who is currently German get David Clarke, a former adviser to Britain's foreign office says Procup chokes election would still be significant. He's there is symbolically important. And it also changed the dynamic of the way the organization was. On Monday for you senators urge the Trump administration to oppose Procup tricks candidacy. Ninety other Weber. Putin spokesman Dmitry peskov told reporters, the senators action was proof that Washington was trying to interfere in the INTERPOL election. Procup took has only one competitor in her pulse. Senior vice president from South Korea the organizations one hundred ninety four member nations will elect their next president tomorrow. Lucienne Kim NPR news Moscow.

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Pompeo: Saudis committed to 'accountability' over journalist's disappearance

24 Hour News

02:00 min | 2 years ago

Pompeo: Saudis committed to 'accountability' over journalist's disappearance

"Took place in their consulate. I guess he doesn't say that. He believed it, but he did say in his statement, we had direct and candid conversations, I emphasize the importance of conducting a thorough transparent untimely investigation and the Saudi leadership pledged to deliver precisely on that. There are some precedents here for sanctions with teeth the Magnitsky act twenty twelve that was a bipartisan Bill passed in the US congress signed into law by President Obama and that punished Russian officials responsible for the death of Russian tax accountant Serguei Magnitsky in a Moscow prison that was back in two thousand nine that allowed basically the government to sanction human rights offenders freeze their assets and ban them from entering the US. So there there is some precedent. And again, this becomes the question. Morality over money. I mean you, and I and Lindsey Graham agree that there should be some sanctions, but not everybody feels that way possibly including our president.

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Bipartisan group of senators calls for investigation into Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:22 sec | 2 years ago

Bipartisan group of senators calls for investigation into Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance

"Europe. And a by partisan group of US senators is forcing the Trump administration to investigate the disappearance of a critical Saudi journalist triggering a human rights investigation that could result in sanctions against Saudi officials and entities. They've invoked the two thousand and sixteen Magnitsky act over the case of Jamal cash. Kogi who's not being seen since entering

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Under fire Danske Bank faces fresh money laundering inquiry

Quest Means Business

05:51 min | 2 years ago

Under fire Danske Bank faces fresh money laundering inquiry

"Power of these tech companies. Now you bring up the fact that they're becoming a media company. And of course we had AT and t. Time Warner merger which included CNN and of what the judge said in his ruling was looking at the outsized power of these companies in the digital advertising space. You see that response, but is regulation. The right strategy are finds the right strategy is any of that going to make a difference when you consider how large the market capitalization of these four or five companies are. So when you have a company like Google with one hundred billion dollars in cash and you find five billion dollars, what you're actively telling Google to do is to continue to break the law. If you had a parking meter in front of your house, that cost one hundred dollars an hour, but the ticket was twenty five cents. You would continue to break the law and that's what we've been telling these companies to do with fines. That might sound large dollar terms, but in terms of impact aren't that large, you ask what we should do. I believe regulation has unintended consequences. I think GDP are has actually emboli. And strengthen these companies position. I believe that the future to oxygen eight, the marketplace is to break these guys up. I think antitrust action is the way to go that there is a real risk of that. Now, I know that the US attorney general Jeff Sessions having a meeting with states attorneys generals next week to discuss this very topic restarting to hear that word, antitrust rebates starting to hear the word monopoly associated with some of these companies. Is that a growing regulatory risk for these mega tech companies? Could you actually see them getting broken up? I used to think there was no way because Amazon is eighty eight fulltime lobbyists in DC. We in the US I would say suffer a little bit from what I call this gross idolatry of innovators and billionaires. We see them as our heroes, but I do think there is a movement of foot now, whether it happens out of DC, I would say most likely, no. I think the pushback is gonna come out of Brussels and possibly a red state. We're an attorney general in that state's he's at the brightest blue line path. The governor's mansion is to make an argument against these tech. Companies to quite frankly probably haven't been good. Have they been going for California? Yes, New York s? Has it been good for Kansas? What's happened to the ad agencies? The retailers, the businesses in those states. I think a lot of these red states have decided, you know, big tech it. We've been net losers here, so I don't think it's going to come out at DC at might the DOJ should absolutely do its job. The call to restrain. The acquisition of this company was read in comparison to the power of these other companies. So I actually do believe there's there is a non zero probability now that the DOJ or the FTC or a state AG Michael after these companies and accused him of anticompetitive behavior and propose antitrust and breaking up as a solution. It's an interesting paradox because you have Amazon yet to announce the second location for its headquarters, and you have, you know, local mayors and governors of morning Amazon at the same time. You see it coming under increasing potential enemy trust scrutiny and other bad headlines following it as well. Do you. You see public opinion changing at all toward the power of these big tough tech companies. While at the same time, we're also dependent on the warm is absolutely turned two years ago. The only argument was is more Christ. Like we're going to be the next president among their see is really the weaponization of the Facebook platform by the GRU of the Russian government changed everything. And now. Oh, citizens. Citizens have are starting to feel a lot more wary about these firms, but you brought up an interesting point the competition to be the host of the next age. Q. and regulation are linked Stephanie because the next headquarters for Amazon will be Washington DC, the metro area, and the reason why, and it was always going to be DC is one the basis have a home there, and CEO gets to pick with a company. Second headquarters are going to be. And so the only thing standing in between Amazon, Amazon's valuation of one trillion in two trillion is regulation, and no one is going to regulate the individual. The throws out the first pitch at the two thousand nineteen opening game of the Washington nationals which will be Jeff Bezos. This competition was a Reuss to transfer wealth from fire departments and school departments to this shareholders of Amazon. It was always going to be DC. This has been a terrible abuse of the Commonwealth. And how many lobbyists does Amazon have in DC right now. Last check Eighty-eight fulltime lobbyists in DC, Scott Galloway. We're gonna have to see if you're right on that. It's going to be embarrassing of announce big Indianapolis. Well, DC could certainly use the jobs, Scott. Thank you so much. Thank you. Let's turn to Europe and the massive money laundering case that shaking the financial world is he? Oh, of Dansk of Bank is out a new report from the firm details. It's employee's failure to conduct basic due diligence on customers and managers, failure to heed warning signs. The tentacles of the investigation and the alleged wrongdoing are spreading regulators in the United States, Denmark and Estonia, or all probing, dansko bank's operations and the probes center on the banks, tiny subsidiary in Stony a- lax controls. They're allowed through more than two hundred thirty billion dollars. They came from thousands of suspicious customers outside Estonia and that dollar amount is nearly twice what was previously reported. 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"magnitsky" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

03:41 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on WRVA

"Right as we continue with Gregg Jarrett three weeks. In a row now is book, is number one on the New York Times less the Russian hoax the elicits game to clear. Hillary Clinton framed Donald Trump David shown. Civil liberties attorney criminal defense, attorney Sarah, Carter investigative reporter Fox News contributor I. Wanna go back to this Trump Tower meeting. And fusion GPS and we have, a Sarah of fusion GPS Glenn Simpson. They're meeting with this Russian, woman, you're, really, good at saying, her name, much better than I am I just say the Russian lawyer Iran Sean who does okay but they met they they met before the, Trump Tower meeting and after the Trump Tower meeting and we find out now that she's a client of fusion. GPS and in other words fusion GPS has Russian clients yet so she, is she is actually a client through Prebon holdings which, hired? Fusion GPS a man by. The name of Dennis cuts he has who is who was actually barred he was considered an oligarchy connected to the. Russians and the death of Sergei Magnitsky who remember was, William Browder partner and this, was part of. This whole thing about, the Magnitsky, act. Where we barred all the guards Russian oligarchs from the US from, owning homes or in our banking systems are. Conducting business, here and we also which set. Off this big battle between us and Russia and then the Russian. Stopped the adoption of Russian children And this was. Apparently, what was supposed to be discussed, at this meeting at, Trump Tower what we find out is is that Natalia veselnitskaya or vessel. Needs Kia however you want to pronounce it she was the Russian. Lawyer that basically was, supposed to have this information on. Hillary Clinton and she came to the tower to speak with, Donald Trump junior and the others and along with her was actually. A Russian intelligence officer a former Russian intelligence. Officer by the name of Renault a community Sean he shows up as well now he's living in the United States. And there's some suspicion that Rinat administration may have something to do with Christopher seal, and that he was actually supplying a lot of the information to Christopher Steele eroneous information now what we know. Is that the night before and the night after she been meeting with, Glenn Simpson and according to her own testimony now whether Whether or not this is true who knows this is. What she stated is that. She was given pointers on what to discuss when she went by Glenn Simpson when. She went to Donald Trump to meet with Donald Trump junior and. Remember he didn't reach out to her it was some it was through a familiar a. Friend that reached out to, Donald junior and said that this wanted to, meet, with him I want a. I mean this is yet another connection if you will his Russian connections all over this, except none of them have to do with Donald Trump eight, hundred nine four one. Sean is our number we'll have more with Gregg Jarrett, Sarah cornered David shown and we'll be getting to your call Senator rand. Paul just back from Russia. He'll tell us about the meetings that, he had he went on behalf of the United States to talk to these officials same seventy six is a crisp refreshing lager from Sam Adams it's also a flavorful ale. It's, easy to drink so you can enjoy a lot of them like a logger got this tropical citrus aroma that you typically find in. A, nail So it's. Really an awesome hybrid between a logger and the nailed delicious. Easy drink luxury ale or. Maybe a drinkable smoothen.

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President, White House and Ivanka Jared discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

02:55 min | 2 years ago

President, White House and Ivanka Jared discussed on Gaslit Nation with Andrea Chalupa and Sarah Kendzior

"On the same day, the white supremacist group. The proud boys were meeting in Oakland, speaking of proud boys, Steve Bannon, the alternate prod boy. Wants to unite the right creating a coalition of European far right movements to bring down the EU he's meeting with Boris Johnson, Michael g-o-v, Jacob rees-mogg, and how they can further humiliate white people everywhere. Meanwhile, Cording the communists to British economy has slowed down to a standstill largely because of Brexit after losing business over boycotts vodka Trump shut down our business, her name brand store and Trump Tower still open however, and she's continuing apply for trademarks and foreign countries. And this is not great news because this means she has more time on her hands. She and Jared are known to throw fancy parties which are like catnip to the Chuck Todd, industrial, complex, Washington DC. And so let's as we warned you and our previous episode expect Ivanka Jared chew position her to be the first female president, and I totally predict that what they're gonna do is they're going to have this whole charm offensive in the media when that time comes and they're gonna blame everything on her father and said, it wasn't us. You saw out of control. He was none of that was our fault. But keep in mind that Vonk is inside the White House advising the president. I had states, so the responsibility is on her. Yeah. They've already started doing that. You're already saw that with Maggie Haberman trying to build them up and excuse them again and being the court stenographer and palace intrigue tale-teller. But yeah, don't fall for it. We gasoline nation will be here to endlessly. Remind you of Vonk as various crimes and immorality, and lack of qualifications, and the fact that she should not be in the White House at all, and in fact, ample legal grounds, true move her for lying on her clearance forms. Bunka charm is working at the highest level of the White House for her father. It's her White House that a separating families that is putting babies on trial that's leading to the sexual molestation and now death of innocent children. Escaping violence coming here in the long tradition of the America. Stories immigrants. That's all Ivanka. That's what's behind that plastic face of hers. Now moving on with the news, Orange County, congressman, Dana Rohrabacher Putin's congressman. He got caught having meetings with Russian spy, Maria Patino who was arrested and he is one of the chief opponents Magnitsky trying to end do that legislation, the Magnitsky act, which will talk about further in today's episode. I just want to remind everybody that Dana Rohrabacher almost became the secretary of state. I just need to throw that in there because everyone constantly forgets this that during the time immediately after the election where people were even doubting that there was Russian influence over Trump's campaign and over his politics..

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"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"We have a team of forensic investigators here that I manage, and we've been doing this rate Naff years when I when I find the money, we filed very detailed criminal complaints with the law enforcement agencies of those countries. We try to convince those countries to open criminal investigations to freeze the money into prosecute the people benefited from it. And since we started that process, we've found the money, I would say more or less. We found all the money we've traced to about twenty six different countries. There are now fifteen live investigations going on around the world and not only does this expose the the crime that Sergei Magnitsky was killed over, but we've effectively exposed the entire Putin money laundering pipe to the west and a lot of other illicit funds of through those pipes. And to the extent that Putin is mad at me. He's probably equally mad about the Magnitsky act and the fact that there are now fifteen live investigations going on about his dirty money around the world, right when bladder Putin rails against the Magnitsky act and you know hollers about it and invokes you does that actually help your all. It may not be personally pleasant for you end up backfiring on him and helping your cause big time, big time. And so people haven't asked me well, so like who's the best advocate for your cause in the world? And my answer's simple as Latimer Putin. So he's, I mean, I think we've established that he's a at least some people think he's a clever guy in strategically and tactically smart. Why does he do it? Well, I think you're, you're overestimating him a bit, or people are overestimating him a bit. He's not stupid for sure, but is not strategic. He's very tactical and he's also very emotional and very reflexive. And so there's a thing that goes on in Russia, which is like, if you do something, they have to do something back to you just like nobody can like wait quietly for their next move. And so everything we do, our provokes a reaction and every reaction that we provoke ends up creating more sympathy for the cause more awareness of the cause. I mean, after Putin mentioned me in Helsinki at started, getting phone calls from politicians in European countries that I've been working on all saying Putin showed his cards. We now know how much he cares about this to the extent that anyone was questioning the efficacy of the Magnitsky act. If he's bringing you up and he's bringing up Magnitsky than then, it's obviously good thing. How do we get moving on this thing? No, I think when you mentioned on the show last time that it gets under Putin skin, I'm sure that some listeners were skeptical and thought, well, it sounds very self important on routers part. How'd you know he's a powerful person. He leads a decent sized country as you have said, he has twenty billion dollars potentially in holdings around the world. So how can this get under skin? And then when he affirms that and makes it obviously true gives you a lot of credibility. I tell you something really funny is that I got a lot of a lot of phone calls from journalists before the summit kind of coming to me as a person who knows Putin. Well, as a Russian expert commentator, you know, asking me questions and so on sort of couple days before the summit..

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"magnitsky" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Fifty eight days and killed on. November sixteen, two thousand nine and that's what set, me up for the next two and a half years I've, been doing since then as, a human. Rights activist trying to get Justice for. Sergei Magnitsky and, trying to expose the Putin regime I wanna to go back to five words so that our audience heard this very clearly you said quote of Ladimir Putin wants me dead and that may sound alarmist and may, sound like an exaggeration but I can promise. You that's true we, received death threats every. Kidnapping threats even the his his deputy Dmitry. Medvedev the prime minister of Russia when he was asked about Sergei Magnitsky d'etre deaths in Dabo Switzerland he said it's too bad. That through gaming skis Dan Bill Browder is still alive Do you? Worry, about your life are. You taking security precautions into account? As you travel and. Move about well there's two different questions do I, worry about my life the answer is no I don't, spend my time worrying if I did then they would already succeed in their individual terror me. But I do take extreme precautions to try to minimize the risk as much as one can now you have to understand. That I'm fighting with a with a true killer Putin is a well-known killer associate Pathak killer and so there's not that much I can. Do to prevent him from doing it if he really wants to take whatever precautions I can and with regard to the summit or meeting, whatever you want to describe the. Session between President Trump and Vladimir Putin. In Helsinki on Monday should the US president have. Traveled there should this meeting of taken place all the whole concept of this meeting was absurd so. Vladimir Putin. Is running, a tiny economy economy is the size, of the state of New York His military budget is ninety percent less, than the United States he's a malign actor on the, world stage he's invaded foreign countries shut down passenger planes he's bombed women and children in Syria. He's cheated at the Olympics he has cheated elections and manipulated political outcomes all over the world he's spread chemical weapons in. The heart of England he's a truly evil man and to have a guy with such a small country without any influence to put them on the world stage sort of side by side with the most powerful person in the free world is just an enormous on undeserved.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

03:43 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"There who, want to be political who want to, engage in political analysis and. They want us and they say that everything concerning consistency is what aboutism I know I mean nobody can stand up miles wide inches deep diamond dozen oversaturated claptrap. But it's interesting that he touched on Bill Browder because that's Bill Browder Fusion GPS is the entity that conducted the smear campaign against Bill Browder my friend Martina has a fantastic piece up at the Washington Post that was almost a little over a year ago that was specifically about. This and it was how Bill Browder was working with Sergei Magnitsky of the Magnitsky act that. I talk about over and over again and. Magnitsky ended up being your tortured and killed etcetera and you had sanctions in all of the. Stop because, people who supported Magnitsky in Russia they were poisoned and they were shot in front of the Kremlin, and naming you know like seriously shady sketchy stuff this is why you treat Russia as geopolitical foe and the Bill Browder was. The guy, that he wanted to push for the, Magnitsky act to make sure. That people who were responsible for all of this and responsible for because Sergei Magnitsky who had discovered some some. Criminal, activity by Kremlin linked companies and he was a Russian, lawyer he's he discovered like millions of dollars of tax staffed and all of these people were very. Very closely associated of Ladimir Putin and so- fusion GPS has has. A ton of Russian associations and they went after Bill Browder ended after the, death of Magnitsky and pushing the Magnitsky act they went after Browder and he was the guy who led the charge for that he he was opposed by the Obama administration the, Clinton. State Department went after him and so you a fusion GPS was working with a number, of Russians including Italia vets vessel knits sky who by the way that's the, one that, Trump junior they all said. That he was meeting with and they were lobbying. To fight the Magnitsky act and fusion GPS wage this huge smear campaign against Bill Browder so and that's also the same firm that Hillary Clinton hired which is why I say She's got Russian connections and that's collusion because it was that's not what aboutism babies that's just called fax anyway we're we have a lot of stuff to get into and I thought it was, very interesting that Putin on the. Day actually mentioned Bill Browder and and actually discussed he'd, actually he touched upon Browder and we're, gonna get into all of that. Because we got sound and so much more it was a really good morning this is and this was a really odd press conference it was one of. Those where felt drunk after watching it but I you know had coffee and waters. Weird, so we'll get into all of that. Stuff and we have also the latest, in terms of the president's Scott Scotland visit everything else the rise of the voters we have that for, you shame is dead, Sasha baron Cohen has a new. Show out that's getting panned you know he also reached out to me and I am super super suspicious of everybody. And I definitely don't trust reporters that. Are, too aggressive and trying to talk to people also and, we're gonna touch on that And we get your calls and everything else coming up. Eight four, four three or four four Dana is the number to join the program and. We'll get into all of that as well but I like I said I it was a very very odd very very odd I don't know it, was, just, a, weird press, conference. I just thought it was kinda weird anyway we're gonna get into all of that and so. Much more, more of the, Danish, show coming up stay, with us, right, after this If you're looking for a..

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"magnitsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And sergei magnitsky my lawyer who was murdered on trial in july two thousand thirteen so just just flip them make clear they put a dead man on trial three years after they killed him then you were an upset you and i was essentially i was in london so we're both on trial there's a courtroom with a judge and prosecutors and defense attorneys court reporters and press and in a cage which was empty where the defendants are supposed to sit they found his both guilty they couldn't do anything more than they have having killed sergei magnitsky they sends me to nine years in absentia in russian prison and in that process that was the first attempt that they tried to have me arrested abroad through interpol russia like every other country is a member of interpol interpol's the international police organization and russia has an opportunity as a member to go in an issue a warrant for arrest for anyone they want and they issued a warrant from irs and and this put interpol in terrible position because interpol's supposed to be a crime fighting organization not an organization working for criminals like vladimir putin going after their victims and so valid that it was politically motivated and and shouldn't be acted on and that was the russians first attempt and normally when someone gets slapped down like that that's the end of the story but about six weeks after their first attempt they made a second attempt and interpol immediately responded saying again illegitimate politically motivated don't act on it and.

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Businessman Bill Browder, Putin critic, briefly detained on expired Russian

Red Eye Radio

01:24 min | 2 years ago

Businessman Bill Browder, Putin critic, briefly detained on expired Russian

"Kremlin critic accuses russia of abusing an interpol system of warrants it led him to be briefly detained in spain bill browder campaign for america's magnitsky act which imposed us sanctions on top russian officials accused of corruption it was named after mr brown former lawyer sergei magnitsky he died in suspicious circumstances in a russian prison in two thousand and nine this morning mr bradford tweeted that he had been taken into custody by spanish police in madrid on a russian interpal arrest warrant batch after an hour he was then released and said interpol headquarters had told spanish police not to on a russia's request the bbc's naomi gremlin listen problem say they've arrested and and man watch it in the us for cyber fraud and extortion done over the internet totaling an estimated seven million dollars news and analysis at townhall have you seen or been concerned about the homeless population here in anchorage and wondered if you gave someone a couple of bucks would it be going towards food or would it be going towards some other bryce if you want to reassurance that your contribution going towards food a warm bed clothing and not enabling vice consider giving a one time or a monthly gift to the gospel rescue mission maybe you think that your gift won't make a difference the anchors gospel rescue mission can assure you that your gift of any amount can and does make a difference in fact it only takes about two dollars to provide a.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

02:03 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Comes in and says i can i you know i think i'm such a special guy i can reset relations with russia and in work out for him if using that the obama administration's attempted reset with russia was an error and a mistake what your view of how our current president trump deals with vladimir putin in particular in russia in general well so so there there's two things how how does trump do you with putin and how does his administration deal with putin and so i if the very schizophrenic situation on the on the trump side he's he's tweeting out and seeing all sorts of nice things about putin and saying things that i find very upsetting and distasteful but then you look at his defense secretary mattis his cia had his all these other people they're like the biggest russia hawks there are and so in reality nothing has changed on the russia policy even with all this tweeting and and offensive praise of putin sanctions haven't been lifted nato is still intact act and generally russia's grumbling and pissed off with america right now so there has been a lot of press about particular meeting that relates to the magnitsky act and the retaliation by let them re putin's russia about a meeting in trump tower with a lawyer that you may be familiar with in the tel you facility sky who was it has been said by one of donald trump's sons was there to talk about adoption what do you make of that and what do you know about that meeting i know a lot about that meeting so first of all who is an italian vessel and it's gone italian vessel it's on is a russian lawyer who is working fulltime for a russian family headed by a russian oligarch named pewter cut save he was one of the senior members of the putin regime and the us department of justice under your command at the time discovered that some of the money of the two hundred thirty million dollars that sergei magnitsky exposed and was killed over found his way into manhattan.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"Explain what what you did after sergei magnitsky guide so that he would not have died in vain well so i i got the news on the morning of the seventeenth of november and it was the most heartbreaking thing that's ever happened in my life and when i finally got over the shock i put aside everything else find justice for sergei magnitsky and at first i thought i was going to try and russia we had this absolute granular detailed record of who did what to wear how when and why and from that record i figured that there must be some possibility of getting justice inside of russia because it was such a high profile murder but we got none zero putin's circle the wagons he personally got involved in exonerating every single person who played a role he gave promotions and stayed honors to some of the people most complicit and in the most shocking miscarriage of justice the putin regime put sergei on trial three years after they murdered him in the first ever trial against the dead man in the history of russia they found him guilty i was his co defendant and they found me guilty as well sentenced to nine years and attention in a russian prison it became vastly clear and obvious well before that trial that there was no possibility of justice inside of russia so i said let's get justice outside of russia when i discovered was that this was a crime of money this was on an i a crime of ideology or crime of religion it was a crime of money it was a crime to to cover up the theft of two hundred thirty million dollars and the people who stole that money don't keep it in russia.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"He said however the second thing is truly the most cynical thing i've ever seen in russia and i've seen a lot of cynical things and i said what's that and he said well when we were moving all of our money out of russia we sold everything and we had a huge profit we had a billion dollars profit and we paid two hundred thirty million dollars of capital gains tax to the russian government and thirty had discovered was that when these bad guys it's still in our companies they went back to the tax authorities and they said those taxes they were paid the two hundred thirty million dollars that you paid last year was paid by mistake and they said we'd like to file an amended tax return and get a tax refund of two hundred and thirty million dollars and so they applied for two hundred and thirty million dollar tax refund it was the largest tax refund in the history of russia they plied for on the twenty third of december two thousand seven and it was approved and paid out the next day the larr tax refund in the history of russia merry christmas and so so then what did what did you did you direct your lawyer sergei magnitsky to do something about that so so yes so so we we said to ourselves okay first of all we said to ourselves this couldn't be have been sanctioned exercise this month you know putin how would have allowed he's nationalist right he's the guy patriot he cares about his country how would he have allowed his own officials to steal money from their own country this i it's very it's very important this wasn't my money they stole this was the russian government's money they still so certainly and i were both thinking that putin he might have authorized them to steal our money but he couldn't have authorized them to steal the government's money and so we didn't sit decided that if we just bring this to the highest level of the russian government that the good guys will get the bad guys and that would be the end of the story and so we why why didn't you.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"And and what should i do and i said i don't know let me call our lawyer in moscow so i got this lawyer guy named jameson firestone's i call up jameson and i say jamison what we we've got some people reading our office what should i do and he's ended pretty harry i'm not sure i don't know i've got twenty five more officers raiding my office here looking for your documents and then the next thing we we know using the documents seized by the police the companies have been fraudulently reregistered out of our name into the name of a man who had been convicted of murder and let out of jail early by the police presumably to put his name on these documents i i was horrified and i was horrified not because i was gonna lose any money because we'd have any money in these companies horrified because if the police were working with murderers opening up criminal cases against me and reading our offices god knows what else they're going to do to me and so i needed to stop this whole thing and find a way of fixing it and so i looked around to try to find the smartest lawyer i could find in russia and i found i found him it was a young man he was thirty five at the time his name was sergei magnitsky sergei magnitsky worked for an american law firm and he was one of these guys who could do ten things in the time it takes other people to do one he was just a genius and i said to sergei go out and figure out what's going on here why they're doing it how we stop it and it goes out he does a big investigation and he comes back and he says i figured out what they've done and it's shocking hey said there were two things they were trying to do the first thing was they wanted to steal all of your money but you were smarter than them and you've got your money out quicker and they didn't get anything i thought few thank god.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"The sergei magnitsky act which sanctions russian officials for being involved in an alleged tax fraud and in response to that putin personally ordered the ban on us adoptions of russian children said the two have been linked since 2012 back in the summer of 2016 what was happening is that congress was preparing to pass the global magnitsky act which would have sanctioned of foreign governments around the world for human rights abuses now what you need to know is that the magnitsky act has been a thorn in the side of putin since 2012 he has campaigned personally and vociferously for its repeal and so what we've seen from it this foundation is that it was doing the kremlin's bidding by working to try to repeal and unwind that act and using the adoption issue as the cover for their lobby stephanie with key here and as they always say follow the money what happened with these sanctions against was 18 rushing individuals first of all they couldn't traveling to the united states and their assets were frozen here in the united states so they can access that money anymore and so you know this was part of this was before the broader sanctions that were put into place in 2014 when russia invaded crimea so that these involve individuals that are high up within the government within the tax authority and it just hit close to home for putin and for the russian prosecutorgeneral yury chaika so let's go back to the money again because this is what your story looks into so we have this kremlin connected lew irna talia sky and she meets with donald trump jr supposedly this h you know this kind of human rights fund right.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

Stay Tuned with Preet

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on Stay Tuned with Preet

"He and his lawyers real desperate requests to every different branch of the criminal justice system begging for medical attention in every one of their requests either ignored or denied and eventually three games body could no longer tolerate this in on the night of november sixteen two thousand nine sergei magnitsky went into critical condition on that night the um procure authorities did whenever responsibility for him anymore and so they um moved him put him in an ambulance and moved him to a different prison where they had a medical wing when he arrived at this different prison instead of putting him in the emergency room they put them in an isolation cell a chained him to a bad and aid ride guards with rubber batons beat him until he died were you learning about the mistreatment and torture of sergei magnitsky in real time i we were so sergei the way the way that we know what happened to him is it sergei wrote it all down everybody has their own way of dealing with duress of being in prison and and sergejs way was to write it all down and sergei wrote about four hundred and fifty complaints about his miss treatment in prison during a three hundred fifty eight days in detention once a month or so um he would hand the big stack of complaints to his lawyer in his lawyer would file them and the russian authorities who either nor them or deny them but we got copies of all those complaints some of them real time some of them afterwards but it was a slow motion torture to death what they did to sergei magnitsky and it was absolutely horrifying and heartbreaking to wash while is happening and of course.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:12 min | 3 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Border and their uniforms aren't looking at the substance of they're saying there's an arrest warrant for this guy's why we'll be arrested across the border so you are being charged by the russian government for murder for murdering your lawyer sergei magnitsky why do you think russian prosecutors are charging you with this now well so i mean that is a very long story but basically sergei magnitsky was arrested after he uncovered a two hundred thirty milliondollar government corruption scheme he was imprisoned he was tortured for three hundred fifty eight days and he was killed nine years ago in moscow in prison i've i was expelled from russia a number of years before before that and so i've been basically out of russia for almost twelve years now but some what i've been doing is to try to get justice for for the murder of sergei magnitsky had gone around the world and i've gotten sanctions in place against russia against putin's cronies and was aimed at after the this the magnitsky accu talked about these sanctions i mean this this will is now us law that the us put these sanctions in place because in part because if your efforts indeed so so i i went first of the us then i went to britain i went to various countries around the world most recently canada and all these countries of pass with called the magnitsky add to the magnitsky ads imposes visa sanctions and asset freezes on the people who killed sergei magnitsky and the people who do similar types of human rights abuses in russia hand and this infuriates putin he's just so mad so people will also noticed name because it came up donald trump junior famously matt in the summer of 2016 during the election with our a lawyer russian lawyer who had been lobbying for the us to roll back those sanctions the magnitsky act which we should say russia then limited us adoptions in retaliation so this has been going on for a long time at you are now being charged with the murder though of someone who you are actually very close with right can you to say more about your personal relationship with second maintenance king sergei was my lawyer them and most importantly when he was some put in this terrible position where they started.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on KQED Radio

"For this guy is why we'll be arrested for across the border so you are being charged by the russian government for murder for murdering your lawyer sergei magnitsky why do you think russian prosecutors are charging you with this now well so i mean is a very long story but basically sergei magnitsky was arrested after he uncovered a two hundred thirty milliondollar government corruption scheme he was imprisoned he was tortured for three hundred fifty eight days and he was killed nine years ago in moscow in prison i've i was expelled from russia a number of years before before that and so i've been basically out of russia for almost twelve years now but some what i've been doing is to try to get justice for for the murder of sergei magnitsky had gone around the world and i've gotten sanctions in place against russia against putin's cronies and we should aim to after the this the magnitsky accu talked about these sanctions i mean this this will is now us law that the us put these sanctions in place because in part because of your efforts indeed so so i i went first of the us then i went to britain i went to various countries around the world most recently canada and all these countries of asked with called the magnitsky add to the magnitsky act imposes visa sanctions and asset freezes on the people who killed sergei magnitsky and the people who do similar types of human rights abuses in russia and and this infuriates putin he's just so mad so people will also know this name because it came up donald trump junior famously matt in the summer of 2016 during the election with a a lawyer russian lawyer who had been lobbying for the us to roll back those sanctions the magnitsky act which we should say russia then limited us adoptions in retaliation so this has been going on for a long time at you are now being charged with the murder though of someone who you are actually very close with right can you to say more about your personal relationship with second magnitsky sergei was my lawyer them and most importantly when he was some put in this terrible position where they started to torture him to um to try to get him to withdraw his testimony against corrupt officials and they wanted him to sign a false confession to say that that he stole the money.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on The Global Politico

The Global Politico

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on The Global Politico

"Dodgy russians over to trump tower to me with donald trump junior to me with jerk could actually that was after because june 13th was the screening here in washington at the newseum of the anti magnitsky felt that i may that's correct so so juliette who ninth them and then after june 9th they come back to washington okay and then they go to this an and they have this movie at a cement as an anti magnitsky movie very high budget um high production value documentary which is a putin propaganda film basically trying to turn the whole magnitsky story on its head and and they organize a screening at the newseum and in washington which is a supposed to be the the museum of free speech and journalism they abide members of congress members of the state department journalists they get us seymour hersch to introduce it and then and glenn simpson the fusion gps character ram is running around trying to get different journalists to write about it and and the movies basic premise was some that sergei magnitsky actually was murdered that he just died of natural causes that was nobody's fault as sergei magnitsky wasn't a blower that um he was actually a criminal and that i though browder had lied to congress about sergei magnitsky that was the premise of the movie and so this where they've they put this movie on m they they were not successful hitting articles written bunch of russian opposition activists showed up in jeered an end and challenged him at every step of the way at the end of the movie amid it didn't have the impact that they wanted to have them.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

02:55 min | 3 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on WRVA

"Magnitsky act magnitsky was proud irs lawyer and the two of them uncovered a two hundred thirty milliondollar corruption scheme involving russian government of fficials magnitsky was jailed tortured murdered in prison brouwer broward vowed to get justice the minutes kiac was his initiative and it became these sanctions package on russia that punishes the oligarchs this kicked off a geopolitical shockwave but there's a lot more than just this the senate judiciary committee in the russian investigation into us election meddling the senate democrats blocked his testimony by invoking the two hour rule which is warrior lee rarely used to protest the look in efforts to repeal obamacare was that really why they used that or was it because they wanted to block his testimony testimony on fusion gps that is the company that produced the trump dossier but was also the same company that had been hired by one of the biggest democratic supporters as well welcome to the program bill browder how are you sir i'm doing really well great to be here thank you it's it's nice to talk to you and i appreciated your testimony in front of congress the way you constantly responded i can't think for donald trump or his team i don't know what i do know is how russia thinks and i appreciated the fact even as a guy who dozen support donald trump that you were not going in for political heads so thank you for that it it it it it's my duty in in this situation just to try to get at the truth about what russia up to and what putin is up to which is something that affects it even if they totally non article issue when it comes to russia so listening to your testimony i believe you we've been doing a lot of homework and i've been working on russia things and trying to expose my audience to what russia is doing for the last probably three or four years and i warned wave before this election that putin and his minions were trying to cause chaos in the entire western world and they'll do they'll play all sides they don't care if they just want chaos and the destruction of what they call the what is it the people of the sea the atlantic states the the nato states right i believe and i would like to.

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"magnitsky" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

The Lead with Jake Tapper

02:23 min | 3 years ago

"magnitsky" Discussed on The Lead with Jake Tapper

"At the heart of donald trump juniors controversial meeting with a group of russian and russian aligned lawyers and business associates among others is sergei magnitsky as an attorney working for americanborn financier built browder magnitsky discovered a two hundred thirty million dollar tax fraud and corruption scheme involving the russian government and oligarchs with ties to the kremlin sergei magnitsky was a thirty seven year old lawyer who was working for me he was my responsibility and he was taken hostage because of me and then he was slowly torture to death in the most horrific way as a hostage and then he died his arrest and death in prison in two thousand nine the bill is passed inspiring the magnitsky act a law passed by congress to financially punish russians involved in human rights violations many of whom are close to putin and are believed responsible for magnitsky's death these people are not good people and their two very bad things and everyone needs to understand that browder is a leading proponent of the sanctions which led putin to retaliate by suspending u s adoptions of russian children and it was this adoption issue merely a cover for discussing removal of the sanctions that trump junior claims was the focus of his june 2016 meeting with russian lawyer natalia vassal nitz sky a and american lobbyist rinat opd mention where they mentioned that this was about adoption that meeting have nothing to do with adoption the there were there were two effectively agents of the russian government went to donald trump junior and said can can you help us withdraw this act if your father gets elected president cnn has not confirmed routers claim president trump said his previously undisclosed our long conversation with vladimir putin at a g twenty dinner earlier this month was also about russian adoptions this is his single largest foreign policy priority to get rid of these sanctions which sanctions him and the other people around him who drought her is set to appear before the senate judiciary committee thursday today they heard from the fbi's top counterintelligence official about the extent foreign adversaries are spying on the us and attempting to meddle in elections our country is under relentless assault by hostile stayed actors in their proxies they use people from across our governments in from all walks of life.

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