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"mr. browder" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on The Shawn Harvey Morning Show Podcast

"One yes we know wow facebook with surround be some it's not stopping us see you you ronnie aware of international a shame because you know what happens when you accept one oh septic wind guy from india he was the one that wanted to have a little he he he actually he was like hey i really like your page we'll be friends and i was like okay you know i'll be your friend next thing you know i've got ten indians waiting to be my friend i'll know africa's route one africa's all free they've got their buying free is that when i look up their names they already mutual friends well i two or three of my friends i'm like yo why why would i accept salima dude what do you do you know silly you don't know him and an interest that not i'm not being you know listen we we all should be friends with everybody but i should know the social media but my face i feel like is you know my personal and those things i feel like are scams because you really don't know me you don't know the culture you signal anything that's going on over here and you wanna be my friend that's not right i don't want it and i started screen shot at my friends i'm like dude and black him enabling people sometimes they just want to get their friends up count i don't people want their friends would be like five thousand or say some high number i don't really care for that i don't even care but my thing is i think my friend lives right now is up to fifteen hundred and that worries me i don't know if people create a second page advocate started five five french i wanted to be to see people who are actually no they're interested in facebook because my barbeque page that's the one i knew everything goes on ROI and i have so many people who i really wanna know right right right so you get right amber occurs have block and right and black bellied black li blah do what you gotta do so beware out there but you know everybody's support mr browder his beard gang gang price call any eh call sorry to interrupt and i'm getting a call leshan joe said he they'd be looking for wives trust as we are you if the price is right here.

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"mr. browder" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

WDTK The Patriot

05:41 min | 2 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot

"The John McCullough show is sponsored in part by as Ertak public adjusters. Some interesting new dimensions. With regard to that. No vi- resident now in prison or being held prisoner by the Russian government that gentleman for his part was there, according to his own admission to attend a wedding not uncommon for Americans to travel to Russia on business or pleasure. I have a former co worker, and friend who travelled to Russia off and on pretty much like I traveled back and forth between my home in downtown Detroit. You conduct a lot of business. There had a lot of acquaintances and friends there. So that in and of itself is not unusual because he's a former marine because he works as a security professional for a local company. This instance, board Warner's that mean he may in effect have some kind of unsavory tie or be involved in some kind of espionage, certainly, not a certainly not. But it doesn't mean he isn't. So what's really going on? I guess going to be a while before we really know what's going on borgwarner, the company that he's been employed with since two thousand seventeen says they're working on his behalf to do whatever they can to help the United States governor in the person of our secretary of state, Mike Pompeo says American officials will be given access to the gentleman in just a few hours if not a day or so in an effort to assess what condition not only he's in. But the but the details with regard to the espionage charges against him. In the meantime, there's another business experts saying. You know, this doesn't pass the smell test. Does it matter? Whether a Michigan man is a spy or not his being held hostage by the Russian government should signal a threat to all Americans who travel abroad, personally or professionally that according to Chicago born financier living in London who runs a global investment firm Bill Browder CEO of Hermitage Capital, which is the largest which was the largest foreign investor in Russia until he was expelled by Putin. In two thousand five says the standard protocol with countries that accuse each other of spying is to deport the suspects not to arrest them, eight hundred nine two three nine three eight five eight hundred nine to three W D T K one other thought on this subject. A Mr. Browder says that he thinks that Mr Putin head of Russia is in a raw panic because of the case of Maria Boutin. The Russian woman who was caught trying to basically take money from Russia and contributed to the Trump campaign via the NRA quote. She has pleaded guilty and offered to cooperate with Robert Mueller's investigation up until five days ago. There was one hundred percent chance she was going to cooperate. Now. All of a sudden Putin has taken a hostage an ex military officer this gives him some possibility of negotiating a prisoner. Swap Latina pleaded guilty in December to conspiring on behalf of the Kremlin to cultivate, sources inside the Republican party prior to the twenty sixteen presidential election. And so the plot thickens back out to the phone lines Casey's in Warren listening to the program. Casey, your comment. Happy new year. You're saying to you. And hopefully, it won't be for a long. Yes, sir. Better that Tina? Expert toppings on that Russian nothing burger. I don't know whether extrapolate off that it's not part of the Wichita. We all held that. Yes. It rock. Somebody had to step in on the Senate side takeover over the treasonous Mantova. John McCain leftover. Sweet with the enemy. Media. The narrative. The never Trumpers, and the people that are just going to ever dealt with. Because of his personality. Have to look in the mirror every morning. That's funny underwear where they don't stop. If I was any bit of a fighter. I could've been president. With with Jimmy Jimmy Carter a week president. Oh, man. No. No. It wasn't a prior a real leader came down to it. From the cage you can put out the robbing people that Adrian or they're just wonderful human being. If they're not gonna fight back when the media control narrative, you're going to be a loser. Well, I think that a lot of people out there would agree with you, especially when you talk about leaders, we've had before men of deeply deeply held religious, faith and practice who turned out to be wonderful people from a humanitarian standpoint, but lousy politicians who were steamroll by the opposition at every turn. Casey, listen, if you will stay on whole Tiffany little our shows official observers going to take your information. We're going to give you a free book from Sebastian Gorka. So stay with us, my friend back after the break, folks..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on FT World Weekly

FT World Weekly

04:06 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on FT World Weekly

"Of the Kremlin. After Sergei Mike meets ski accountant was beaten to death in a Russian jail in two thousand nine. This case Moscow has said this to Browder is wanted for questioning on suspicion of involvement in tax evasion and added new charges in the run-up to this into vote. Mr. Browder says that these are completely trumped up this persecution of in political persecution. And indeed he was briefly arrested in may and Spain Bill Browder when he was visiting actually to see the top Spanish anti-corruption prosecutor on the morning of the meeting Spanish police officers came to his tell to arrest him. They suggested that this was because into Paul request into Paul said that Mr. Bradley was not wanted in it system. So it appears that what might have happened is that there was a previous Russian request which had been cancelled by INTERPOL. But that it was still held on. The database of some member countries including Spain, and Mr. Browder says this is an example of why the system doesn't really work in the once a country has put something out even if it is deemed by INTERPOL to be political pursuits Nefer, not valid. It's very difficult to raise that request from the databases of the police forces all INTERPOL member countries, which now number one hundred ninety four so almost every country in the world. We how has this whole fair been perceived in Moscow, and why do that matters much from us not take takeover to tech the presidency of this institution leading up to the vote. The Russia was trying to down play the west criticism and saying that it was committee unwarranted yesterday. The Kremlin said that it was unfortunate that that kind of had triumphed in the election that they would continue to work in as I'd into pollen. They sort of important organization today, the Russian foreign ministry spokesperson, whereas Carver stepped up the responsibility. She's she called it an unprecedented disinformation campaign of precious launder an anti-russian frenzy by the US in principle against Russia to try to lobby other countries. She's call it a gross interference in the internal affairs of independent international organization, which positioned itself as politicized. And I think Russia is sort of feeling a little bit hurt by this in the last few days. Michael said, the US in particular. Mike Pompeo's active. State came out and declared his support for the South Korean candidate, which is not standard procedure for countries to endorse other candidates like that this plays into a much bigger story that which is about Russian perception of self in world affairs. They see themselves still as a major global player and a country that should be allowed to throws way to run an organization such as into we've seen the way that they responded to Trump's decision to withdraw from the treaty in much the same way Russia being a little upset ego bruise that other countries don't see it anymore as a major player don't trust it. If you like to handle Asian such as INTERPOL, and Moscow has also criticized the western countries for abusing the institution. Right. They've criticized the role of the UK in chasing after the two Russian suspect in the poisoning attempt in the UK. That's correct. I mean as Michael was saying there's been a to control over these red notices and the idea that Russia in particular rusher over the last decade, but increasingly over the last five years or so. Mr. Procacci as the head of Russia's INTERPOL office stepping up this campaign of does is to try to put pressure on Russian dissidents, people that the Kremlin considered to be enemies of the states, and in response to the western criticism of them Moscow said well, you guys do it too. You're going after people in our country, and you're using INTERPOL in a political way to try to reach your ends. I mean, this is probably a struggle. It's going to continue way pasta selection. This will not be the end of it. How into Paul restructures itself or looks into these retinal disease, and how countries can abuse use the system, I think is is a much deeper question. And I think in many ways, this this election has opened a little little bit on how this all works. Exactly. So I mean, this New South Korean President Kim Jong, and we know a little bit more about him..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

04:51 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"Green our series, assassins, Inc. The Kremlin's secret squad of killers has featured four episodes showcasing the stories of people who were either murdered or were victims of attempted murders. All of which were allegedly connected to the Kremlin. The objective was to take a closer look at what appears to be a network of people and organizations that are active in locations from central Asia to Washington and many major cities in between and beyond. Why investigate this our research, and that of many other journalists points out these attacks seem to be aligned with a much more aggressive and bold Russian government. Another reason is that western governments, including that of the US have seemed to be timid about investigating on their own. So in this final segma-. We hope to answer the question. How far will the Kremlin? Go the cases of Paul Joyal, and our exander Litwin Yengo gave us a good idea of the skill sets and their abilities. But also the case of Arcata Bob chanko shown, a bright light on just how far these assassins might go. Several teams of people planning to kill Bob chanko and help training in Russia, and they had a lot of weapons they have them covered few weapons depose series weaponry, including grenades allow Shire's up Janko is safe for now. But he says because of the nature of this organisation. Others are not always arrests and discoveries were made in Ukraine the point is that those who are on the top of this network. They're hiding in Russia. And of course, there beyond the reach of the Crean's than sure that both assists nations and other at temps to destabilize the sedation. Ukraine will continue. It is now clear that mister script and his daughter were poisoned with a military grade nerve agent of a type developed by Russia. This is part of a group of nerve agents known as Novi chart, but while Ukraine remains ground zero for Kremlin, hit squads, western Europe Britain in particular is in the bullseye. According to British Prime Minister, Theresa may, the government has concluded that it is highly likely that Russia was responsible for the to get Sergei and Julia scripture. One man in London knows all too. Well about the Kremlin's, persistence. The Russians are doing everything they can try to kill me to stop me. Try to intimidate me. Probably two hundred and fifty people working fulltime inside the Russian government at any given moment. Trying to destroy my life American born British citizen, Bill Browder, who's responsible for the Magnitsky act which severely punish the Russian government for corruption. And the murders carried out by Kremlin hit squads has been relentlessly pursued. And the people chasing him have gotten very creative thirtieth may I'm in my hotel room in Madrid. And at about nine forty in the morning, there's a novel my door open to door in the general manager hotels standing there with two uniform police officers, and I they asked me for my identity -cation, I show them ide-. They compare it with a piece of paper they have and they say Mr. Browder, you're under arrest fence at what floor and they said INTERPOL. Russia. This was the sixth time. Russia had tried to use a bogus INTERPOL red notice partake Browder into custody. And when they did get a hold of him. They didn't take him to a police station as heart was beating hard. We're driving through the streets of Madrid in what looked like a police car the sirens on then they abruptly stopped the car, and and they told me to get out of the car. His heart started to race as they demanded a medical exam didn't speak English for wellness. No medical exam as it. I want to speak to my lawyer. They said, no lawyer. This was a critical moment for Browner. And if it hadn't been for his quick thinking who knows where he would've ended up in the back of the police car, they still hadn't taken away. My phone took a picture of in tweeted that out from routers, point of view that may have saved his life and shortly after that, my lawyer called me up and his captors did not like that. And that's when they learned that I still had my phone. They pulled over the car. They patted me down at my phone away. Then they got back in and started driving again arriving at a place that he didn't recognize and it wasn't in front of a police station. And they told me to get out of the car, and I was very confused, and they said medical exam, didn't speak English..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on The Situation Room with Wolf Blitzer

"Russian president's top aides Major General Alexander Prokop Chuck from Russia's interior ministry is expected within hours to be elected president of INTERPOL the world famous global crime-fighting agency, they're gonna put somebody from a criminal state in charge of the most important international law enforcement organization the world. That's just a shocking travesty Bill Brown is one of Putin's most bitter enemies. Browder led the passage of the Magnitsky act an American law which sanctions powerful Russians close to Putin and prevents them from getting to the money. They've stashed outside Russia. The Kremlin has charged Browder with various crimes at the Helsinki summit. Putin proposed that Russian officials should be able to interrogate Browder in exchange for allowing Russians to be questioned by Robert Muller's prosecutors. So we'll see we can bring up Mr Brown. In this particular case business associates of Mr. Browder have earned over one point five billion in Russia. They never paid any taxes. Neither in Russia nor in the United States, and yet the money escaped the country and accusations Browner denies tonight. A group of US senators is opposing the choice of Prokop Chuck saying the move is akin to putting a FOX in charge of a henhouse took retiree of state, Mike Pompeo says the Trump administration is supporting another INTERPOL official for the job, which Putin critics. Applaud those familiar with INTERPOL say if Prokop choke is elected president he won't be in charge of the organization day to day, a family INTERPOL board member tells CNN Prokop shook would influence budgets and moderate board meetings. But would not approve so-called red notices similar to arrest warrants Browder disputes that and says Prokop Chuck has had a hand in bogus red notices issued for him. He's been in charge of the Russian national Central Bureau of INTERPOL since two thousand eleven. And that has been the entity that that the Russians have used to go after me illegitimately seven times, Vladimir Karamursel, an anti Putin activist who campaigned for me open elections in Russia says he's been poisoned and sent into a coma twice his concern. If Alexander Procup Chuck becomes Interpol's, president the Kremlin going to gain access to very sensitive databases of national police services of dozens of countries information, he believes Putin would use to pursue his enemies. Sources familiar with INTERPOL tell CNN the organization is set up. So that Prokop shook wouldn't be able to hand over that information to Putin, but critics like Karamursel aren't buying it. If general Prokopcuka seems post he will find multiple ways of getting access to the information that he's Crumlin handles. We'll need. Russian officials tonight. They're pushing pushing back on the opposition to Alexander Prokop shook Vladimir Putin's spokesman using an interesting word saying those in the United States who oppose Prokop Chuck are quote meddling in Interpol's election. The spokesman saying we're cultural has the full backing of the Kremlin wolf Brian quick question. Bill Browder that opponent of Putin's who you interviewed on many occasions is he going to have to take added steps to protect themselves. If this Russian general gets the position at INTERPOL. He may will Bill Browder says he's already taken several steps to protect himself like only traveling to what he calls rule of law countries nations, which don't have dictators who might hand him over to Putin. But once even that didn't work this year when he was in Spain Browder says the Russians used INTERPOL to get him arrested. Luckily, he was able to get himself cleared and released, but that's what sports the fear tonight. If this man gets elected president of INTERPOL, well, maybe he should stay here in the United States and not travel so much overseas that might be one salute. Brian Todd reporting for us. Thank you very much coming up. There's more breaking news truly bombshell report. The President Trump wanted the US Justice department to prosecute Hillary Clinton and former FBI director James Comey. The New York Times reporting that the White House counsel warned the president if he were to do. So that could lead to impeach me. Before you go. We wanted to let you know that we just launched the ability for anyone to advertise on CNN podcasts. You're just a few clicks away from reaching millions of people in a way that you never have before advertise for a business event or kick off an awareness campaign for your brand start today at pure winning dot com slash CNN, integrating podcast into your marketing. Mix has never been easier. Go to pure winning dot com slash CNN to get started..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

Politics and More Podcast

05:03 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on Politics and More Podcast

"Filling in for Dorothy wicked. In June of two thousand sixteen Donald Trump junior Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner, and Trump's then campaign manager. Paul Manafort agreed to a meeting with a Russian lawyer at Trump Tower. The Trump campaign had been informed through an intermediary that the lawyer Natalya Pacelle sky had damaging information about Hillary Clinton Trump junior famously responded in an Email. I'd love it. Joshua Jafa a Moscow based correspondent for the New Yorker sat down with the Cellnet sky who told him that the actual subject of the meeting wasn't Hillary Clinton. The Russian lawyer wanted to talk to the Trump campaign about two different things. A piece of legislation called the Magnitsky act and one of its architects and obscure American-born. Hedge fund manager named William Browder. Through the nineteen nineties and early 'oughts Browder lived and worked in Moscow. He was an early supporter of Russian President Vladimir Putin. But in the years, since Browder has become an unlikely catalyst for sanctions against Russia and in the process has become Vladimir Putin's public enemy number one during a joint press conference, following Putin summit, President Trump in Helsinki last month who unexpectedly proposed Trump allow Russian officials to interrogate router for allegedly evading taxes in Russia charge that Browder denies. For instance, done them the bring up the Mr. Browder villainy this particular case. Music within the business associates of prouder have earned over one and a half. Dollars and Russia. They never paid any taxes, neither the United States, and yet the money escape the country transferred to the United States. Josh, a joins me now to discuss how Bill Browder became a bargaining chip in the fraught relationship between the US and Russia, as well as an unlikely figure in the Trump Russia collusion narrative. Thanks for joining us, Josh. Thanks for having me. This is a pretty extraordinary yarn. Basildon it's sky told you. She went to the Trump Tower meeting simply with the goal of holding Browder accountable for tax evasion in Russia. On the other hand, special counsel Robert Muller is investigating that very meeting that may have been the moment, the Trump campaign colluded with Russia. I want to start with the story behind the story here, the strange relationship between Trump and Putin. What you call the Trump Putin drama. You're in Helsinki for the summit between the two presidents. What was it like to see the two men together in person? It was certainly a surreal experience, and you know none of us of the correspondents there, and there was quite a journalistic SCR. From of reporters, nobody had any idea what had been agreed to or not and what would be announced an I remember sitting in the audience and wondering what it was that Trump was talking about when he said in his initial opening remarks that Putin had made this incredible offer during their closed-door session. You know, it wasn't until the QNA with journalists sometime later that Trump return to this quote, incredible offer and explained that it was this essentially trade that Putin supposedly would allow US investigators working with Robert Mueller to interrogate or question these GRU operatives in that in exchange, Russia would have access to Bill Browder and others involved in that case and what was unusual about the offer. So it was that Browder could be questioned by Russian officials. And I mean at anything like this ever happened before in sort of six years, you've been in Moscow what wasn't clear in the moment. And really hasn't become clear in the weeks since is whether Putin Memphis seriously. Like, did he actually think he really would allow Muller's investigators to talk to GRU agents? Obviously, even if that happened, it would be very kind of closely managed stage-managed manipulated sort of interaction, or was it just essentially trolling like, was he just messing with Trump messing with the US political and media stablishment messing with all of us. And he knew that it would lead to all of this for and consternation in Washington, and it would cause big headache for Trump and drive all of us crazy that he had made this ridiculous false equivalency that he know all of that. And he was just trying to stick his finger in our I, I don't know, Putin despises Browder. And in this country is a sort of narrative that solidified around him that he's this great champion fighting corruption in Russia. You talked about most canonization of fact around Browder and what he did in Russia, but you've found more than that..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

03:44 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"They have. And then they say, Mr. Browder you're under arrest. And I said, what? Four? And they said INTERPOL Russia. And that was the moment that the the Russians and Russian government had gone after me using interval or I should say, abusing INTERPOL for the sixth time to try to get me arrested because I've exposed this enormous crime that led to the murder of my lawyer. Sergei Magnitsky. The people at the hotel where we're confused about what happened. Is that correct? The general manager based on what I read well, so nobody really knew what was going on and and and so fortunately, the general manager hotel, he, he convinced them to let me Pat my bags. I think partly because he didn't want to have the room occupied with my stuff if I was being arrested. So while I was packing my bags, I had the opportunity to tweet out that is being arrested, which completely changed the course of events to what would have happened. And I had an opportunity to tweet out that is being arrested. And then I went as in the back of the police car, they still had taken away my phone. I actually took a picture in tweeted that out and in the surely after that, my lawyer called me up and that that's when they learned that I still had my phone, they pulled over the car. They then patted me down, took my phone away, but it was all very confusing and might might legis confusing, but a bit worrying because I. I thought that you know, maybe this wasn't a real arrest because the Russians have been trying to get me for a long time and every differ way including kidnapping. And I thought, wait a second. What if these guys are just dressed up as Spanish police officers, and this is really an illegal Russian rendition effort. So. Go ahead. Is my heart was beating hard, and we were driving through the streets of old Madrid in what looked like a police car and the sirens on. And then we strangely came to a square and they stopped and it wasn't in front of a police station, and they told me to get out of the car and got out in and and I was very confused and they said medical exam. These guys didn't speak English very well. And I said no medical exam, and I said, I want to speak to my lawyer. They said no lawyer, and we have this standoff, and I was thinking to myself, there's no way I'm going to go into that building with these guys claim their cops for a quote medical exam because the last thing because you know, next thing I know I'm injected with something in a wake up on a in a floor of a cell in Moscow. And so I stood there. I was ready to, you know, I was going to do whatever I had to do to make sure I didn't go to that building and and then the standoff, they've made some phone calls and they were all in sort of state. And then they've, they've actually told me to get. Back into the car got back into the car. They put the lights on in the sirens. We drove through the streets again. And finally, when we come to the real police station, that's when I calmed down because I thought, okay, this is a real legit operation. You know, whatever legal issues I have can be solved. But as long as it's not a illegal rendition, so where were you? Where did they stop? Do you? Did you ever find out where they took you previously? I, I said to this day, I don't know there's these are all questions that we we, we'll get to the bottom of because he's highly important questions. Understand what what was really going on, but but in any they were clearly police officers. They were clearly clearly ended up at the police station and at the police station, then they, they've been presented me with a document which said, I've been arrested based on Russian allegation of fraud..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

05:04 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"From podcast one coming up in this episode of target USA at at about nine forty in the morning. There's nothing my door. I opened the door and the general manager of the hotel is standing there with two uniform police officers that is Bill Browner, CEO and co, founder of Hermitage Capital management. He's wanted in Russia, and he says, Russia's fraudulently used INTERPOL to try to get him. And this time they almost succeeded. And I, they asked me for my identity -cation. I show them my ID. They compare it with a piece of paper they have and they say, Mr. Browder you're under arrest. What for and they said, INTERPOL Russia. He was in Madrid at the time. This was the sixth time that Russia's tried to use INTERPOL to get a hold of him and wait till you hear about the policemen that were a part of this episode as my heart was beating hard. We were driving through the streets of old Madrid in what looked like a police car and the sirens on. And then we strangely came to a square and they stopped and it wasn't in front of a police station, and they told me to get out of the car details on what happened. Then coming up on this edition of target USA the national security podcast from WTO in Washington DC. This is target USA. Russia could render huge arm to this country. North Korea's secret missile capable of reaching the whole of the United States dangerous. Terrorist DC is repeatedly mentioned as someplace they would like to seek an attack cyber criminals. Success. America has a target on its back. And on this program, we investigate the threats. The people behind them, the agencies fighting them and the impact on you. This is target USA be national security podcast. I'm Jay, Jay green according to many observers Bill Browder is the most wanted man in Russia. He's been on this program twice episode, one, ten and episode. One. Twenty-three in both. He's talked about how he believes Vladimir Putin has commissioned more than two hundred fifty people to look for him spending millions of dollars, following him around the world. And the reason is the Magnitsky act named for Browder former accountant and attorney said of gay Magnitsky who exposed rampant corruption in the Russian government and was later killed in the custody, a Russian officials. Browder spearheaded an effort that's become law in the US and and other countries around the world call the Magnitsky act to punish Russia with sanctions for the activity that led to set a gay Magnitsky's death for that. He says, he's become number one on ladder. MIR Putin's most wanted list and. Fact, Russia's prosecutor general said though Browder will not be able to sleep at night. They've gone through extensive efforts to get him in custody using the INTERPOL red notice system to try to track down. They've done it five times and when this program was taped in late June, but never podcast Browder told us Russia had just attempted for the sixth time to use INTERPOL to capture him. This program is all about the harrowing details that happened during that particular situation. Here's our conversation Bill. It looks as though, as you said on numerous occasions, the Russians are continuing to hound you and I saw comment from the Russian prosecutor general staying something to the effect that they're not going to let you rest. So tell us about the knock at your door in your your Madrid hotel room on that Wednesday morning. So About about three three weeks. weeks ago. I was in MADRID, Spain. I was there to meet with the chief Spanish prosecutor in charge of prosecuting, Russian, organized crime. And I, we have discovered evidence that the money that had been stolen from Russia that my lawyer Sergei Magnitsky had discovered and exposed was killed over had gone to Spain. And so I was sharing that information with the prosecutor. There's about thirty million euros a gun to Spain. I had an appointment with the prosecutor at eleven AM in the morning on the thirtieth of may am in my hotel room in Madrid, and at at about nine forty in the morning, there's nothing my door. I opened the door and the general manager of the hotel is standing there with two uniform police officers. And I, they asked me for my identification. I show them my ID. They compare it with a piece of paper..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on Unfilter

Unfilter

04:26 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on Unfilter

"When she was asked about whether we're not the administration would support were would help Russian investigators in Tribu former American officials or American citizens in general, but also former American officials including former ambassador to Russia. She said that this is something the president was gonna take under vitamin off about with his team on why is this just not simply is just not an odd starter to begin with? Why are you even considering I can't answer on behalf of the White House with regard to that. But what I can tell you is that the overall search assertions that have come out of the Russian government are absolutely absurd. The fact they want to question eleven American citizens and the assertions that the Russian government is making about those American citizens. We do not stand by those surface. Russian government makes the prosecutor general in Russia is well aware that the United States has rejected ROY. Russian allegations in this regard, those have been refuted by among other things, the southern district court of New York in other cases that are somewhat related. Instead, we continue to urge Russian authorities to work with the US department of Justice to pursue those in Russia who in fact perpetrated the fraudulent scheme that Russia refers to that targeted, not only Mr. Browder, but also his company and others, and also the Russian people as a whole. That that at least speaking for the State Department that that you would object to oppose and not allow are not not not grant Russia, rushing request or demand to interview a former embezzlement who've worked used to work for this building. And I believe some of that would fall under the department of Justice. So I'd have to end the department of Justice on this. This is something that just came out. I didn't get a chance to see the entire White House briefing short while ago. So I will just tell you that Russian assertions, absolute absurd at that. But is this something out of the question that you're not going to allow because her response as frankly caused a great deal of concern, not just among members administration, but among former officials go. That I have for you on that. I will be sure to look into it and understand that it would be a great concern to our former colleagues here. Interesting. That exchange. I like that. All right. You know about Sebastian Gorka. You're good buddy. He's a war hawk. He would like to see do more wars, and he seems to be a bit of a drunk a bit of a hot head. And he says that Trump understands how fragile Iran is and a couple other interesting insights. So let's tolerate him for a bit. What could be a step in fulfilling a commitment made to by Kim Jong UN to President Trump six weeks ago at their historic summit new satellite images appear to show North Korea dismantling its main missile testing site. So is this a true sign of progress on nuking the country here to weigh in Fox News, national security strategist and former deputy assistant to the president, Dr. Sebastian Gorka, Sebastian, good morning to you. Do. Okay. So what do you make of the fact that it's, it looks like they're pulling the plug on that facility? Well, if the reports are true, if the satellite images being interpreted correctly, it's it's very significant because these actions apparently occurred in the lost two weeks. So this is post the Singapore summit. This has to be tangible decision by Kim, the polit bureau, the upper echelons of the North Korean regime, which would be pod all the the concrete. Follow up to that meeting with the president. I think one of the biggest things that has happened since Singaple is the cancellation of the annual anti-american parade by Pyonyang because that's a very public thing. I mean, the people have expectations for that ideology late in vent, the government publicly stopped it. They suspended that parade, but this is this is the bras tax. This is the the real deal when it comes to North Korea's capability to launch a ballistic missiles. I would imagine the present United States is frustrated that the pace of the denuding is so slow. And so that's why yesterday, when the news was maybe they're pulling the plug on that site, maybe this is good faith effort on their part to show that they are doing something..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

Target USA Podcast by WTOP

04:11 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on Target USA Podcast by WTOP

"He mentioned the need to restore the rushing relationship, and it's clear that American society fell sympathetic about it, and different people could express their sympathy in different ways, but isn't that natural? Isn't it natural to be sympathetic towards the person who is willing to restore the relationship with our country who wants to work with us? We heard the accusations about it, concord country. Well, as far as I know this company hired American lawyers and the accusations doesn't have doesn't have a fighting chance in the American courts. So there's no evidence when it comes to the actual. So we have to be guided by facts by rumors. Now. Now, let's get back to the show of this twelve alleged intelligence officers over Russia. I don't know the full extent of a situation, but the President Trump mentioned this issue and I will look into it so far. I can say the following. The things offered over my head. We have an acting an existing agreement between the United States of America and the Russian federation existing treaty. The dates back to nine thousand nine hundred nine. The mutual assistance on criminal cases. Because the treaty is in full effect works quite efficiently. You'll never h. We initiate about one hundred hundred fifty criminal cases upon requests from foreign states. For instance, the last year there was an one extradition case. Upon the request by the United States. So this treaty has specific legal procedures we can offer. She wants the appropriate commission headed by by. Especially Tony Mueller. He can use this treaty as a cellphone and send an formal official request who was Bruce so that we would interrogate to hold a questioning of this individuals who he believes preview to some crimes, and I will law enforcement. Perfectly able to do this questioning and send the appropriate materials to the United States. Moreover, shouldn't we can meet you halfway? It can make another step. But we can actually permit official representatives of the United States, including the members of this very commission headed by Mr. Mueller. We can lead them into the country and they will be present to this questioning. But in this case, there is a, there's another condition. This kind of efforts should be a mutual one. Then we would expect that the Americans would reciprocate and they, they would question officials including the officers of wound forcement and intelligence services of the United States, whom we believe are. Quipped something to do with illegal actions on the territory of Russia is, and we have to to request the presence of our law enforcement. For instance, we can bring up the Mr. Browder in this particular case. He's like woolen business associates of Mr.. Browder have earned over one and a half million dollars in Russia. They never paid any Texas, neither in Russian on in the United States, and yet the money escape the country. They were transferred to the United States. They sent huge amount of money, four hundred million as a country bution to to the campaign of Hillary Clinton. Well, personal case, it might have been legal contribution itself, but the way the money was earned was legal. So we have reason to believe that some intelligence officers company and guided this transactions..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on AM Joy

AM Joy

04:55 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on AM Joy

"Oldest arguably most influential Christian conservative organization, Washington this specializes and providing access to elites. They're not interested in the masses. And what's interesting is we see not just patina. This is not a case of her infiltrating the prayer breakfast, but in back of them reaching out to her, some of their initial contact happens in Moscow where they also run a prayer breakfast for government elites and where they met with patina. And torsion and agreed to start working together on an influential delegation that they could use to bring to the prayer breakfast and then to forge relationships out of that, we see that in the affidavit. She says, thank you for the very important private meetings that followed and I look forward to further meetings rung gonna share further information, Jeff. Would you say that the Russians over the years? Not just with Donald Trump, but more broadly have. I guess you could say infiltrated the religious right in this country. Yeah, I think it's fair to say almost a Christian right? Love affair with Putin's Russia, and it's partly shaped by his very fierce opposition to LGBTQ rights, which is not a personal opposition as reported. It's more political political tactic for him, but that's enough for the American Christian right one leader calls him O'Brien of Christianity, Franklin, Graham, the son of Billy now, a major Christian right leader Trump supporter actually met with Putin at night and has praised him excessively. Interesting. We have to get more into this because this is an aspect of we report a lot on the religious right near affinity for Donald Trump, but we haven't really gotten into this Russia angle of it. Very interesting. Malcolm Nance air Kenzi, Jeff, Charlotte. Thank you all have a great morning and cutting up in our next hour. The man who wrote the art of the deal, tells us why Trump has such Putin envy and the great Rachel Maddow is here to make sense of all of its entire crazy week More more for for the the break. break. Sweet can bring up the Mr. Browder in this particular case. Business associates of missed him. Browder have earned over one and a half million dollars in Russia. They never paid any taxes, neither in Russia and the United States. And yet the money list of escape the country transferred to the United States. One of the most shocking things to come out of that. Now infamous Helsinki news conference was Putin calling out American born businessman and stodgy, putting critic Bill Browder by name and demanding that Russian operatives be allowed to interrogate him along with our former ambassador to Russia, Michael McFaul. Several other Americans even more shocking was that the president of the United States Donald Trump called it a quote, incredible offer only to back backtrack. A few days later join me now is Bill Browder head of the global Magnitsky Justice campaign Bill. Thank you so much for joining me. Great to be here and Bill. I guess the most sort of obvious question is what did you think when you heard the dictator of Russia call you out by name. Well, I should point out that for most Americans. This is probably the first time they've heard Vladimir Putin calling out my name, but he's been on me for a long time and this is not the first time he's called out my name. He's pretty much obsessed with me. He's obsessed with me because I was the one who got the Magnitsky act in place which was named after Sergei. Nikki who is my lawyer in Russia who was murdered by the Putin regime and bladder Putin hates the Magnitsky act because it goes after kleptocrats assets in in the west from Russia, and he's got a lot of assets in the west, and he thinks his money's at risk and just so that people are clear when Donald Trump junior took that meeting in Trump Tower and talked about adoption, the response of Russia to magnets gag, which we just put up a tenth of it was to ban Americans from adopting Russian children. So do you believe Bill that there was a connection between the Russians who met with. Donald Trump, junior and Trump Tower. And for instance, those Russians who just got indicted for attacking our election. Well, the the place where there's a direct connection is that the Russians who went to Trump Tower Talia vessel nigga brought in very clear specific talking points and those same talking points where the same talking points that bladder Putin expressed very articulately in the press conference in Helsinki as what I can say for sure, in my own opinion is, is that the the whole spin, this whole business of of..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

The Beat with Ari Melber

03:31 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on The Beat with Ari Melber

"I can't imagine the car wheels they're doing over in Russia ambassador Ginsburg. You have held this type of post. What was your view of that? Which the White House is walking away from. And have you ever heard of the US government trying to make that kind of deal with Russia? Never. Never. Have I ever in all my years going back to the days that I worked for Senator Kennedy on the hill, never have. I seen any obsequiousness the idea that Trump. Could call this an incredible offer and put in jeopardy. First of all, my good friend, Michael McFaul former ambassador Russia who during his tour of duty in Russia was subjected to the worst type of harassment by Poon in bias, thugs his family himself undermining the integrity, anything that represented the protection of the Vienna convention for diplomats Putin will stop at nothing. And by the way, may I add the fact that Putin offered to let Muller come over and question. His agents is military agents. All these shows you that Putin new and an effect recognizes that these were people who work for him. So maybe in the end, we got that little piece out of it, but let me make it very clear Ari the fact that this White House require people like Mike McFaul and Mr. Browder to have to worry whether or not they, they would be served up on a silver platter. To Mr Putin by the president, United States is despicable. I think it's well put, and it's one of the many things that the White House may be trying to run from tonight with the other moves it's making, which are also obviously news worthy. The invite to the White House for Putin, and yet was a remarkable piece of statecraft over these over these last few days that it was even as you say, put out there and baskin's. We're my thanks to you for your expertise Senator Robert Torricelli who comes on this show, but but likes a lot of different shows and that's you're right, you're right. I should moody mills and Sam cedar. Thank you as well. And Sam stay with me. I wanna talk FOX with you in a minute up ahead Bob Muller saying he has five hundred pieces of evidence on Manafort. We're gonna show you some of the key items that reveal his trial strategy. Also Trump's fi chief with another admission. I wanna show you very important today, and we will show you how Trump TV is tied up in knots over the Russia controversy a bit of a brewing civil war, and also this is important new ethics questions about that man. One of molars top critics on Capitol Hill, Amaury Melbourne watching the beat on MSNBC. Don't Trump making waves night with a new invite for Vladimir Putin to visit the White House. And as that occurs, a man who was paid millions by Putin's oligarch to support Russian political interest in the Ukraine is one week away from a very anticipated trial Trump's jailed campaign chief. Paul Manafort begins his first trial next week, and that means tonight we're getting some of the first clues about the case against him. Muller's prosecutors telling the court, they have up to five hundred items of evidence like pictures of manafort's multiple homes from Brooklyn, to the Hamptons to Virginia, and to support a tax money laundering case they are showing his spending like his home, putting green high priced Yankees tickets at twenty one thousand dollar watch designer clothes, oriental rugs is his all pretty interesting. The trial strategy here is not class resentment. Anyone can buy luxury goods..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We want our moms and dads to be able to spend time great quality bonding time with their children. We know that there are a number of studies that say the more time apparent can spend with their child at their birth. Then the better they will perform as children. Senators, shirt, Brown, for example, Jila bring your democrat. Colleagues, like the idea of paid family leave, but they believe that dipping into social security is not a good idea. Why play with the retirement fund. They say, why shouldn't this be on the employer, for example? Well, at again, an additional tax on the employer, and we don't have any CBO scores back on on their proposal because that that would be an impact. We want to see that everybody knows what their retirement benefits will be. We don't want to see additional taxes placed on the employer or the employee. We wanna make sure that they have a positive way forward and know that, okay, this is my retirement. I can defer it for a number of weeks. We feel that that would be the way to go six states in this country that require paid family leave. Let's hope that you and Democrats can get together and figure out a way to change that Senator Joni Ernst. I appreciate it and appreciate your time this morning. Thank you. We would expect that the Americans would reciprocate and they, they would question officials including the officers of law enforcement and intelligence services of the United States, whom we believe are. Quipped something to do with illegal exits on the territory of Russian. What he did is it incredible offer he offered to have the people working on the case, come and work with air investigators with respect to the twelve people. I think that's an incredible offer. Reshma thirty yesterday name. Several Americans they wanted question may claim. We're involved in Hillbrow tres putting fry in terms including former investor interruption. Michael McFaul is President Trump support that idea. It's he opened having US officials question. The prison is going to meet with his team and we'll let you know when we have an announcement on that. Is that a topic that came up in their conversation has including raises with President Trump, there was some conversation about it, but there wasn't a commitment made on behalf of the United States, and the president will work with his team will let you know if there's an announcement on that front that was the White House briefing room yesterday joining us now, professor of political science and director of the institute for international studies at Stanford University, former US ambassador to Russia. Michael McFaul. Michael also is an NBC News, International affairs analyst mister embassador. Thank you so much for being with us this morning early on the west coast for us. I just as a as a human being. What was it like for you to watch the president call that offer given that you're probably a part of that offer an incredible one and then to see the White House yesterday, say, yeah, we're talking about it. We're discussing it. We haven't made any amendment. Well, I was in Helsinki live working with you guys by the way when he first discussed that, and they didn't mention my name in Helsinki, but they didn't mention Mr.. Browder name. I was shocked by that. And then I think people need to understand. They said these eleven individuals who they think were involved in the so-called Browder scheme of money laundering, right? These government officials. That's what Putin said it later. Then came out in the Russian press that they had a list, and I was at the top of that list shocking. This is classic. What aboutism by the Russians, right? You have this indictment while we have this indictment of these people tit-for-tat. And then most shocking and just just lamentable I think is the my real reaction when the White House was given the opportunity to categorically reject this moral equivalency between a legitimate indictment with lots of data and evidence to support it from Mr.. With a crazy cockamamie scheme with no relationship to facts and reality whatsoever. The White House refused to do that, and I hope they get, you know, I hope somebody asked him another question today and they'll get it right today that we've seen a lot of that lately that they want to have a take two and take three to get the message. Right? But this is not just about me..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We want our moms and dads to be able to spend time great quality bonding time with their children. We know that there are a number of studies that say the more time apparent can spend with their child at their birth. Then the better they will perform as children. Senators, shirt, Brown, for example, Jila bring your democrat. Colleagues, like the idea of paid family leave, but they believe that dipping into social security is not a good idea. Why play with the retirement fund. They say, why shouldn't this be on the employer, for example? Well, at again, an additional tax on the employer, and we don't have any CBO scores back on on their proposal because that that would be an impact. We want to see that everybody knows what their retirement benefits will be. We don't want to see additional taxes placed on the employer or the employee. We wanna make sure that they have a positive way forward and know that, okay, this is my retirement. I can defer it for a number of weeks. We feel that that would be the way to go six states in this country that require paid family leave. Let's hope that you and Democrats can get together and figure out a way to change that Senator Joni Ernst. I appreciate it and appreciate your time this morning. Thank you. We would expect that the Americans would reciprocate and they, they would question officials including the officers of law enforcement and intelligence services of the United States, whom we believe are. Quipped something to do with illegal exits on the territory of Russian. What he did is it incredible offer he offered to have the people working on the case, come and work with air investigators with respect to the twelve people. I think that's an incredible offer. Reshma thirty yesterday name. Several Americans they wanted question may claim. We're involved in Hillbrow tres putting fry in terms including former investor interruption. Michael McFaul is President Trump support that idea. It's he opened having US officials question. The prison is going to meet with his team and we'll let you know when we have an announcement on that. Is that a topic that came up in their conversation has including raises with President Trump, there was some conversation about it, but there wasn't a commitment made on behalf of the United States, and the president will work with his team will let you know if there's an announcement on that front that was the White House briefing room yesterday joining us now, professor of political science and director of the institute for international studies at Stanford University, former US ambassador to Russia. Michael McFaul. Michael also is an NBC News, International affairs analyst mister embassador. Thank you so much for being with us this morning early on the west coast for us. I just as a as a human being. What was it like for you to watch the president call that offer given that you're probably a part of that offer an incredible one and then to see the White House yesterday, say, yeah, we're talking about it. We're discussing it. We haven't made any amendment. Well, I was in Helsinki live working with you guys by the way when he first discussed that, and they didn't mention my name in Helsinki, but they didn't mention Mr.. Browder name. I was shocked by that. And then I think people need to understand. They said these eleven individuals who they think were involved in the so-called Browder scheme of money laundering, right? These government officials. That's what Putin said it later. Then came out in the Russian press that they had a list, and I was at the top of that list shocking. This is classic. What aboutism by the Russians, right? You have this indictment while we have this indictment of these people tit-for-tat. And then most shocking and just just lamentable I think is the my real reaction when the White House was given the opportunity to categorically reject this moral equivalency between a legitimate indictment with lots of data and evidence to support it from Mr.. With a crazy cockamamie scheme with no relationship to facts and reality whatsoever. The White House refused to do that, and I hope they get, you know, I hope somebody asked him another question today and they'll get it right today that we've seen a lot of that lately that they want to have a take two and take three to get the message. Right? But this is not just about me..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

MSNBC Morning Joe

04:22 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on MSNBC Morning Joe

"We want our moms and dads to be able to spend time great quality bonding time with their children. We know that there are a number of studies that say the more time apparent can spend with their child at their birth. Then the better they will perform as children. Senators, shirt, Brown, for example, Jila bring your democrat. Colleagues, like the idea of paid family leave, but they believe that dipping into social security is not a good idea. Why play with the retirement fund. They say, why shouldn't this be on the employer, for example? Well, at again, an additional tax on the employer, and we don't have any CBO scores back on on their proposal because that that would be an impact. We want to see that everybody knows what their retirement benefits will be. We don't want to see additional taxes placed on the employer or the employee. We wanna make sure that they have a positive way forward and know that, okay, this is my retirement. I can defer it for a number of weeks. We feel that that would be the way to go six states in this country that require paid family leave. Let's hope that you and Democrats can get together and figure out a way to change that Senator Joni Ernst. I appreciate it and appreciate your time this morning. Thank you. We would expect that the Americans would reciprocate and they, they would question officials including the officers of law enforcement and intelligence services of the United States, whom we believe are. Quipped something to do with illegal exits on the territory of Russian. What he did is it incredible offer he offered to have the people working on the case, come and work with air investigators with respect to the twelve people. I think that's an incredible offer. Reshma thirty yesterday name. Several Americans they wanted question may claim. We're involved in Hillbrow tres putting fry in terms including former investor interruption. Michael McFaul is President Trump support that idea. It's he opened having US officials question. The prison is going to meet with his team and we'll let you know when we have an announcement on that. Is that a topic that came up in their conversation has including raises with President Trump, there was some conversation about it, but there wasn't a commitment made on behalf of the United States, and the president will work with his team will let you know if there's an announcement on that front that was the White House briefing room yesterday joining us now, professor of political science and director of the institute for international studies at Stanford University, former US ambassador to Russia. Michael McFaul. Michael also is an NBC News, International affairs analyst mister embassador. Thank you so much for being with us this morning early on the west coast for us. I just as a as a human being. What was it like for you to watch the president call that offer given that you're probably a part of that offer an incredible one and then to see the White House yesterday, say, yeah, we're talking about it. We're discussing it. We haven't made any amendment. Well, I was in Helsinki live working with you guys by the way when he first discussed that, and they didn't mention my name in Helsinki, but they didn't mention Mr.. Browder name. I was shocked by that. And then I think people need to understand. They said these eleven individuals who they think were involved in the so-called Browder scheme of money laundering, right? These government officials. That's what Putin said it later. Then came out in the Russian press that they had a list, and I was at the top of that list shocking. This is classic. What aboutism by the Russians, right? You have this indictment while we have this indictment of these people tit-for-tat. And then most shocking and just just lamentable I think is the my real reaction when the White House was given the opportunity to categorically reject this moral equivalency between a legitimate indictment with lots of data and evidence to support it from Mr.. With a crazy cockamamie scheme with no relationship to facts and reality whatsoever. The White House refused to do that, and I hope they get, you know, I hope somebody asked him another question today and they'll get it right today that we've seen a lot of that lately that they want to have a take two and take three to get the message. Right? But this is not just about me..

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California man pleads guilty to terrorism charges

The Movement with Dr. F Keith Slaughter

04:08 min | 3 years ago

California man pleads guilty to terrorism charges

"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm, Janine Herbst Russian President Vladimir Putin says his meeting with President Trump on Monday was successful overall and lead to useful agreements but as NPR's Lucian Kim. Reports from, Moscow Putin didn't go into any. Detail on what agreements were reached during. The, summit, in Helsinki. Speaking, of Russian diplomats in the foreign ministry. In Moscow President Putin expressed satisfaction with the summit but. Urged caution going forward Putin said in his words that unnamed political forces in the US are trying to disavow the results of his meeting with Trump who met with. For two hours behind closed doors Putin said those forces are ready, to sacrifice Russian-American relations for their narrow partisan interests NPR's Lucian Kim reporting Meanwhile Russia, is offering US access to twelve Russians. Charged with tampering in the thousand sixteen US election if. Moscow gets, to interrogate a former US ambassador and other American officials as. NPR's Michele Keleman reports The White House acknowledges that President Trump and Putin discussed the idea. During their Helsinki, meeting Putin. Is trying to equate the US investigation into Russian interference to the Kremlin's efforts to punish Bill Browder. A businessman who, lobbies, for sanctions against Russia and Trump seems to be buying into that says former US ambassador Michael McFaul it makes us look weak it makes us look like we're buying into, Putin's conspiratorial fantasies and therefore political, reasons they're chasing Mr. Browder because he is a critic, of the Kremlin and they're chasing me because I'm a critic of the Kremlin a State Department spokesperson says the Russian allegations against McFaul Browder and others. Are absurd, though the White House says Trump. Is still quote working with his team. On, this, Michelle Kellerman. NPR, news the State Department Oregon's public defenders. Filed court documents asking a federal judge to release some. Of the more than one hundred immigration detainees being held at a federal prison near Salem as Oregon Broadcasting's Conrad. Wilson reports the court documents describe inadequate care and poor conditions thoughts of. Suicide hours of confinement and denial of medical care among the complaints outlined by US integration and customs enforcement detainees being held at the federal, Correctional Institution in Sheridan Oregon the immigration detainees arrived at the federal prison roughly seven weeks ago, most are seeking, asylum a declaration filed by the chief. Investigator with the Oregon federal public defender's office said several detainees he and his colleagues. Met with had untreated medical conditions that included quote heart problems a gunshot wound a broken leg rashes allergic reactions and severe sore throats this week and I- spokeswoman said four detainees have been transferred to another facility in Washington state for medical attention from PR news I'm Conrad Wilson less than half an hour to the, opening bell on. Wall Street Wall Street futures are trading lower Dow NASDAQ Edison p. five hundred futures contracts are all down about three tenths of a percent at last check you're listening to NPR. News from Washington from news in, San Francisco good morning I'm Brian watt Twenty-three-year-old Oakland man is pleading guilty to federal terrorism charges but his Alex Emslie reports the move is not part of a plea deal it's. Unique legal strategy to litigate the case at, sentencing Amir synon- oligarchy, was arrested in late twenty sixteen after either allegedly threatened online to bomb a gay club in San Francisco mix poison. With cocaine and distributed at nightclubs and start a wildfire in the East, Bay but, his supporters from, the many communities say, he's simply a naive kid and never planned, to carry out an attack what he said was all complete rubbish he didn't intend to do any of it attorney. Mary McNamara represents oligarchy she says his charges aren't related to his threats instead he's charged with opening a handful of, social media, accounts for alleged ISIS members in the Middle East oligarchy faces a wide range of prison sentences to. Forty seven years A lengthy. Sentencing hearing is. Scheduled for November I'm Alex Emslie k. q. e. news, San Francisco transit officials are. Extending the transfer window for bus and train tickets..

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"mr. browder" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

04:10 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on MSNBC Rachel Maddow (audio)

"Government the system the department of justice i don't see how they will let this go forward just to remind you vitamin putin actually outlined the treaty in the press conference in helsinki under which people can be interrogated in this way but i expect them to push back i do have to worry about interpol if ever they go farther and indict me i don't know i hope that doesn't happen but if it does happen you know then i we'll have to experience the horrific harassment that mr browder has been living under for several years now and that us government officials can usually expect the defense of their own government in protecting them against michael mcfaul former us ambassador to russia i'm sorry to be talking to you in these circumstances and i'm sorry that this is that you're one of the americans caught up in this but thanks for talking to us about it tonight sir sure thanks for having me all right we'll be right back stay with us we need to clean up on aisle three please clean up on at the top of the show i referenced a report from the daily beast tonight which whole bunch of american diplomats including some serving current us officials expressed disgust and disbelief that the trump white house is apparently entertaining the idea of handing over to russia former ambassador michael mcfaul because russia demanded to question him the diplomats responding to that matter in the daily beast us some swear words in their statements about this matter because they were so upset we apparently showed some of that onscreen without blurring it or putting in the dashes or the asterisks we had an asterisk failure which makes me giant astra i'm very sorry that was absolutely not intentional it's my fault i'm very sorry won't happen again you right back special counsels indictment of twelve russian military intelligence officers last week was remarkable for lots of reasons and told us a lot more detail about what is going on with the russias scandal and the russian attack on our election in two thousand sixteen but it was also really detailed i mean it included information about specific named russian military intelligence officers using specific computers at specific addresses on specific dates at specific times revealed this incredible level of penetration into russian operations by us counterintelligence and us law enforcement it was surprising to read including i think some people in the law enforcement community were surprised to read it like wow hey we can do that and be we're letting everybody know we can do that but while the amount of forensic detail in that indictment was extraordinarily and made for fascinating reading and makes for very airtight indictment it wasn't necessarily unprecedented indictments like this are rare but they exist there are relatively new phenomenon prior to twenty fourteen we'd never seen an indictment like this that all changed when for the very first time the us government brought a criminal indictment law enforcement indictment against military workers excuse me military hackers who were working for a foreign government twenty fourteen the justice department today filed the first ever criminal charges against officials of a foreign government for stealing us economic secrets by computer inside this building in shanghai prosecutors say five members of the chinese army each named in an indictment hacked directly into the computers of us companies they can see it here at the justice department it's unlikely these five men charged today we'll ever see the inside of a us courtroom but they say it's a way of letting the chinese know that the us is watching more closely than ever it's a way of letting them know that the us has watching that closely question i think both then without groundbreaking indictment and now with this new blockbuster one is what's the overall strategic benefit here why disclose all of this technical information about what the us government knows how it knows it when those same foreign military hackers really won't ever see the inside of a us courtroom right you spell out exactly what america knew about the russian hack how we've penetrated their operations that means we all now know.

"mr. browder" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

All In with Chris Hayes

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"mr. browder" Discussed on All In with Chris Hayes

"One you were involved in with the with the watergate investigation that nobody thought that richard nixon was working on behalf of an enemy of the united states how do you even make sense of this you can't make sense of it it's very hard to passably analyze and you're quite correct the burglars were americans they worked for the white house they worked for the committee reelect the president they weren't foreign agents and yet we were burglarized this time by foreign agents and it's just a serious to me as the cuban missile crisis in terms of an attack or the nine eleven attack the president is taking the side of the people who attacked us instead of trying to prevent a future attack he has done nothing to make sure that the elections four months away are going to be safe and i would say that his performance today will live in infamy as much as the girl harbor attack or kristallnacht and it's really a serious issue that we need to deal with there's there's no explanation for what could be motivating him no matter what russia has on him if that's the explanation it can't be as bad as his behavior is today and i think as gentleman lockwood mansion i'd like to see where are the republican patriots the men who were like senators goldwater and scott and roads who came to the white house and said to the president we know the facts and you are done and he resigned he resigned announced at the next day and was out the day after that that's what we need where are the patriots indeed matthew miller and jill wine banks thank you both for being with me tonight coming up from showing up late to getting the first question the multiple ways that putin ran roughshod over president trump today just to president putin floated an idea today about the twelve russians indicted by special counsel muller and president trump seem to love it we can actually permit official representatives of the united states including the members of this very commission headed by mr mueller we can let them into the country and they will be present this questioning but in this case there's a there's another edition this kind of efforts should be mutual then we would expect that the americans would reciprocate for instance we can bring up the mr browder you'll in this particular case what he did is it incredible often he offered to have the people working on the case come and work with their investigators with respect to the twelve people i think that's an incredible offer no it's actually not an incredible offer because bill browder in american citizen by the way is the man who lobbied for the magnitsky act imposing sanctions on a fficials responsible for the death of his former lawyer sergei magnitsky who blew the whistle on massive fraud in the russian government i got the chance to talk to mr browder earlier about why he has gotten under putin skin it's kind of the achilles heel of latimer putin that we've found those my mickey yet and that's why he's so obsessed by me and by the magnitsky act and that's why he keeps on bringing it up with trump and people close to him putin's got a real problem here because i put his money at risk and that's why you so angry not putting maybe angry but he's also in complete control which was on full display in the way he owned the room today's press conference i'll have more on that next was not a very forceful presentation from president trump with putin's standing right next to little i just found that ladimir putin appeared to run circles around the president he basically said he didn't by what his own intelligence community was telling him should have defended us he should have defended his own intelligence community this to me was just outrageous and i think you hearing it you know listen from heavy you use the word upsetting and neil uses the word disgusting hume lamey another word okay unpatriotic even on right wing networks like fos fox business president trump was widely seen as weak submissive and unpatriotic as the drudge report puts it putin dominates in helsinki he made trump wait thirty minutes to start their meeting and then he spoke i at the press conference joining me now is democratic senator jeff merkley of oregon a member of the foreign relations committee senator good to see you again but it's a strange night this.

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