Russian Prosecutor General asked the US to open a criminal case against Putin’s critic Browder
The Russian Prosecutor General, Yury Chaika has requested the United States to launch a probe into British investor William Browder, on whose initiative the United States adopted the so-called “Magnitsky Act” on sanctions against Russian human rights violators.
According to Radio Liberty, Chaika is said to have requested this in his letter to US Attorney General Jeff Sessions. In another letter, he called on the US to verify the validity of the adoption of the “Magnitsky Act” itself. According to Chaika, this law was adopted “solely at the suggestion of criminal individuals.”
Browder is a British businessman and the co-founder …read more