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Bill Browder
CEO Hermitage Capital, Head of Global Magnitsky Justice campaign, and Author of Red Notice
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JPN 27m
Replying to @Billbrowder @jbrowder1
The Browders are pretty annoying people. In a very good way! 👍
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Bradley Hope 14m
Thank you, Bill. We are both huge fans of “Red Notice,” a must-read. cc
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Bill Browder 19m
People in Russia can download Red Notice (in Russian) for free at . Thanks for spreading the word.
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Just finished reading The Billion Dollar Whale and was blown away. I thought I had seen it all with Russian kleptocracy, but the story of the money stolen in Malaysia in 1MDB and all the enthusiastic Western enablers was unbelievable. ⁦
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Indy Conservative 9h
I am 6 hours into the audiobook of and I am thinking that or are crazy if they don’t make this into a miniseries! What an awesome story! Well written. You are an amazing man.
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Bill Browder 12h
So proud. Check out my son’s new product: Free Trial Surfing, which automatically cancels those “free trials” which are so hard to really cancel.
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Michelle Zilio Sep 15
. on Cameron Ortis, the senior RCMP intelligence official charged with breaching Canada’s official secrets law: “He seems like the last person one would expect to be a spy for a foreign country." Full story:
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Michelle Zilio Sep 15
. on the Russian money-laundering probe Ortis oversaw: "The RCMP has a duty to sit down with us...and go through where they are in the money laundering investigation and where they want to be so that we don’t have any fear that the investigation has been compromised"
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Katrina Lantos Swett Sep 14
Magnitsky sanctions are the most effective tool for imposing accountability on human rights abusers. Thanks You have made a notable difference
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Michelle Zilio Sep 14
Replying to @globeandmail
oversaw a money-laundering probe into allegations that millions in defrauded Russian tax dollars, exposed by Russian tax lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, were funneled through Canada, a source with knowledge of the matter told The Globe and Mail.
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Michelle Zilio Sep 14
was planning to meet for a second time with the legal team pursuing the matter alleging more than $14-million in Russian fraud proceeds were tied to Canada, the source said. Ortis met with U.S.-born financier Bill Browder and his team in Sept 2017.
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Bill Browder Sep 14
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Here’s a link to what happened in Switzerland
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Bill Browder Sep 14
Unbelievable! Cameron Ortis, the Canadian law enforcement official heading up the money laundering investigation connected to the Magnitsky murder was arrested last night in Ottawa for alleged espionage and working with a foreign power. Same thing happened in Switzerland
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Bill Browder Sep 13
BREAKING: US government applies Magnitsky sanctions to former Ugandan police chief Kale Kayihura for his alleged involvement in “torture and/or cruel, inhuman, or degrading treatment or punishment, through command responsibility”
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Bill Browder Sep 12
BREAKING: US Congress introduces sweeping legislation to clean up Interpol so dictators like Putin can’t abuse it to chase their enemies around the world like they’ve done to me.
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Hagar Hajjar Chemali Sep 12
This is insane and outrageous, and unfortunately a growing global trend. It's shocking to see how many people globally don't have the freedom to practice their religion. Perhaps this is something could address, ?
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Bill Browder Sep 12
Russia sends a search warrant through Interpol for Oleg Smolenkov, the former Russian official and US informant recently extracted by the US after his cover was blown. This is another example of Interpol abuse by Russia (story in Russian)
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Bill Browder Sep 12
In Putin’s Russia, peaceful protests are defined as terrorism. Putin justifiably feels terrorized that one day he will be accountable for his crimes against humanity
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Bill Browder Sep 12
Local elections were a disaster for Putin so he instructs Russian law enforcement to carry out massive raids on supporters of Alexei Navalny, the man who caused all his troubles.
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Reid Ribble Sep 11
Congratulations Bill. Your team has been a timeless advocate for this family and the force for justice.
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