March 23, 2014

Moscow's Long, Corrupt Money Trail

Michael Weiss, The Daily Beast

The Associated Press

One of the individuals on America’s new sanctions list has apparent ties to a group of high-fliers accused by the murdered lawyer Sergei Magnitsky of Russia’s most massive fraud.

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TAGGED: Russia, Sergei Magnitsky, Vladimir Dzhabarov

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