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Red Notice: A True Story of Corruption, Murder and One Man’s Fight for Justice (Free Read) ☆ Bill Browder


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  • Red Notice: A True Story of Corruption, Murder and One Man’s Fight for Justice
  • Bill Browder
  • English
  • 03 May 2017
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Review Red Notice: A True Story of Corruption, Murder and One Man’s Fight for Justice Bill Browder ´ 0 Characters Red Notice: A True Story of Corruption, Murder and One Man’s Fight for Justice Read Ý 0 S oligarchs in turbulent post Soviet Union Moscow to the shadowy heart of the KremlinWith fraud bribery corruption and torture exposed at every turn Red Notice is a shocking political roller coasterReads like a classic thriller with an everyman hero alone and in danger in a hostile foreign city but its all true and its a story that needs to be told Lee ChildA shocking true life thriller Tom StoppardA riveting account it is a powerful story and Browder tells it skilfully The Washington Po. Mr Browder describes being employed in an investment bank in London He says he was approached by a manager accompanied by two armed security guards and ordered to relocate to another part of the building There have never been armed security guards in British banks So if this is not true what else is not true

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Review Red Notice: A True Story of Corruption, Murder and One Man’s Fight for Justice Bill Browder ´ 0 Characters Red Notice: A True Story of Corruption, Murder and One Man’s Fight for Justice Read Ý 0 An unburdening a witness statement and a thriller all at the same time electrifyingThe TimesI have to assume that there is a very real chance that Putin or members of his regime will have me killed some day If Im killed you will know who did it When my enemies read this book they will know that you knowA Sunday Times and New York Times bestseller A true life thriller by one of Putins Most WantedIn November 2009 the young lawyer Sergei Magnitsky was beaten to death by eight police officer. Red Notice reads like a thriller but is a non fiction account of corruption in Putin s Russia Bill Browder is an American businessman whose grandfather was general secretary of the American Communist Party However he went to Russia to be a capitalist He made a fortune for his investors by exposing corruption in the Russian markets However then the Russians came for him Before the Russians shut him down he got his fund s assets out of Russia as well as its employees Then they came after his lawyers Two successfully escaped Russia but one Sergei Magnitsky refused to be bullied He was arrested tortured and died in prison Browder then devoted his life to getting justice for Magnitsky and humiliating Putin He managed to hit the Russian oligarchs who keep Putin in power by getting the US Congress and later the European Parliament to pass the Magnitsky Act The Magnitsky Act freezes the foreign assets of Russians who were involved in the death of Sergei The bad guy in the story is Putin but a dishonorable mention goes to Hillary Clinton and John Kerry who fought to derail the Magnitsky Act to avoid upsetting their Russian resetThe book is written with remarkable clarity and deftly explains difficult subject matter It is extremely timely as it provides the backdrop for the meeting that Donald Trump Jr held with a Russian lawyer who wanted to discuss lifting the Magnitsky sanctions

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Review Red Notice: A True Story of Corruption, Murder and One Man’s Fight for Justice Bill Browder ´ 0 Characters Red Notice: A True Story of Corruption, Murder and One Man’s Fight for Justice Read Ý 0 S in a freezing cell in a Moscow prison His crime Testifying against Russian officials who were involved in a conspiracy to steal 230 million of taxes Red Notice is a searing expos of the whitewash of this imprisonment and murder The killing hasnt been investigated It hasnt been punished Bill Browder is still campaigning for justice for his late lawyer and friend This is his explosive journey from the heady world of finance in New York and London in the 1990s through battles with ruthles. This book can be read on several levelsFirst it flows like a well written political thriller but unfortunately it is fact not fiction That said if ever Bill Browder gets bored with asset management he would surely be able to make a living writing thrillers like this He s a natural He has the knack of reducing sometimes arcane and abstruse business language and legal procedures to an easily understandable narrativeSecondly his story is a timely warning to those who wish to workinvest in Russia It is clear that despite the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991 old habits die hard Stalin s chief prosecutor is reputed to have said in the 1930s that he would consign the rule of law to the dustbin of history He did and that philosophy effectively still endures today Far from being independent of the Executive the judiciary and law enforcement agencies are its handmaidens The horrifying events surrounding the interrogation of the author s lawyer Sergei Magnitsky and his eventual death in custody testify to the scant regard that some of Russia s institutions have for due processMr Browder is a brave man perhaps to the point of recklessness recklessly endangering his own lifeThirdly and importantly without wishing to belittle Sergey Magnitsky s barbaric treatment it is a contemporaneous record of what is happening on the front line to anybody who crosses the power elite in Russia from illegal tax assessments and unlawful share dilutions to the employment of white noise jamming techniues in meetings not forgetting Litvinenko s polonium poisoning in the UK allegedly by the FSBMr Browder s experiences are just as seminal as the views of those who have spent their lives studying the topic from afar never having set foot on Russian soil There is no substitute for the harsh realities of practical experienceFurther being a writer myself on Russian affairs and culture both of fact and fiction I can empathise with his experiences I too lived and worked on the front line in the USSRRussia in the late 1980s90s not as a business investor but as a lawyer trying to help bring some order to a disintegrating communist empire And again like the author I have met many Russian individuals whom I admire respect and love and who just want to live in harmony with the rest of us Russian government institutions on the other hand are as Churchill said of the USSR generally a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigmaThis book is a must read not only by those proposing to invest in Russia but also by anybody interested in international relations with the country which at the moment are testy to say the least If both East and West took time to try to understand the other side s position and not judge each other by their own standards I am sure that the relationship would be warmer despite the cultural differences