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Criminal investigation into Magnitsky death canceled, ‘no crime’ ruled

19.03.2013 09:26

The criminal case into the death of Sergey Magnitsky, a lawyer for Hermitage Capital, has been closed for “the absence of a crime,” Russia’s Investigative Committee announced.

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Anonymous user 19.03.2013 22:50

A 'sensitive' case and the main witness/defendant dies in prison? Dumb!

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 20:40

Larisa Litvinova should tell her version of events to the US media w/ political correctness and all?

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 19:04

18:06 ... Did they mean that the protocol was written in Russian instead of English?

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 19:04

18:06 Those US doctors found the crime: "Russian autopsy protocol ... deviated from US protocols".

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 18:06

Doctors disagree with Putinists - Magnitsky died violently:

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 15:55

Kaela: Then they put me in the lowest position they possibly could. LOL Give me ur taxes.

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 15:54

Kaela: They made me a zombie thinking I would serve them w/o question. Like I'm going to work...

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 15:48

@15:02, you have to become a criminal or die by their hand.~Kaela I want money anyway.

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 15:46

Kaela: I'm joining the mafia. Hand it over, Putin. Peasant girl quits.

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 15:30

LOL, you just don't understand what you're talking about, right?

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 15:02

Putin's mafia won again. What a joke this new Russia is!

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 14:02

RT spreads Browder's lies instead of proven facts?
For example, Magnitsky NEVER was a lawyer.

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 13:05

Mafia win again.

Anonymous user 19.03.2013 12:52

ici sa-sha: omg! just Browder was highly interested in Maghitsky death (where are US$4bln, Mr.!?)

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