🎂Today is the 2-year anniversary that Donald Trump announced at a press conference “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 emails that are missing,”AND also the anniversary of the first time 12 Russian GRU agents broke into Hillary Clinton's servers.
🎂But it's also the 1-year anniversary that Bill Browder testified in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee about the possibility that the Russians hacked our 2016 election.
⚡️Bill Browder tried to tell the Senate Committee how dangerous Putin is—capable of murder, fraud, corruption, framing him for crimes and—it seemed like they were on the same page, especially the Republicans. Especially, Senator John Cornyn (R-TX).
⁉️Seriously, how many times has Donald Trump tried to BAMBOOZLE the American public with this garbage?


🤥100% sure this has to be the worst lie of the 3,251+ he has told. #LieGate.
💥Trump stood up at Helsinki next to Putin and basically said that he believes PUTIN.

💯Every day there is more and more proof that the Russians hacked American computers and affected the 2016 election. Now they've been caught trying to destroy (not meddle) the 2018 election.
😖It's baffling. John Cornyn supported Trump when he ran for President—although he admitted Trump was not his first choice.

💯He has a 96.1% Trump score, i.e. votes with Trump almost all the time.

📹Just watch the video, Cornyn's testimony is about 33 minutes in.


💥Bill Browder says that it was among Putin's "top foreign policy priorities" to repeal the Magnitsky Act.

⚡️Browder said he murdered one of his main associates in getting the Magnitsky Act & the Global Magnitsky Act passed, Boris Nemtsov.

And he poisoned Nemtsov's protégé.
🕸️Here's an account from the National Review, a right-biased publication. The headline "Who killed Boris Nemtkov?"

🎯This is the subhead: The Putin regime points its finger at the Chechen leader. The evidence points to Putin.

⚡️According to the National Review, there were 30-40 people involved in this murder: blocking video recordings, radio transmissions, driving vehicles, shooting Nemtkov, covering up evidence, etc. And the defendants in the Russian case were not guilty.
💥The National Review article says the evidence shows the murder was carried out by "Russian Federal Protective Service (FSO) under direct orders from the Russian president, Vladimir Putin."
⚡️Nemtkov's protégé, Vladimir Kara-Murza, was poisoned not once, but twice—in May 2015—and in March 2017. Doctors told him he would not survive a third poisoning (from a sophisticated toxin) after suffering through total organ failure.

💉The motive? Vladimir Kara-Murza says: “I am confident that this is because of my political activities in Russia, in the democratic opposition to Putin’s regime." He says the attempts were meant to kill as the toxin used shuts down the human body in 6 hours.
⁉️Why? “If you were to ask me what the most likely reason is, I would say it is my work on the Magnitsky law. My participation in the campaign, first of all, to get the Magnitsky Act passed in the US five years ago, that introduces sanctions on Russian human rights abusers...
💥Vladimir Kara-Murza (cont'd) on the Magnitsky Act being the reason why he was poisoned and nearly killed twice: "...but with the help of many good friends we managed to do it.”
💥About Boris Nemtkov Kara Murza said in March 2017: "“They killed Boris Nemtsov because he was the strongest opposition leader. He was unique. Two years have passed and no one has replaced him,” Mr Kara-Murza says.
📣More from Vladimir Kara Murza on Boris Nemtkov “There is a Russian saying that no one is irreplaceable. Well that’s not true. He was irreplaceable, and they knew it. Those who killed him, knew it. That’s why they killed him."
💥Vladimir Kara-Murza nails it here on why Russian oligarchs are so desperate to repeal the Magnitsky Act. Before Putin, Russian leaders were corrupt, but they stayed in Russia and spent their money in Russia. Did they believe their own anti-Western propaganda?
💥Russian oligarchs today want to spend their money in the Western world and take advantage of "Western democracies."

⚡️But when they commit crimes to get their money, they can be banned by the U.S. from coming here.

⚡️Who could try to stop that? Trump.
***Yes, sorry, correction on first tweet @Jim_Caron @Piwacit Thank you for bringing it to my attention. July 27, 2016 was the date that 12 Russian GRU agents attempted to break into Hillary Clinton's servers and targeted 76 email addresses. Apologies.
📣Vladimir Kara-Murza insists that he and young people in Russia protest vigorously against Putin's "egregious corruption, its autocracy and authoritarianism."
💥Kara-Murza predicts: "A day comes, eventually, however much the propaganda machine works, however much they rig elections, kill opponents, the day always come when the active part of society says enough is enough.”
On January 9, 2017, President Obama added Alexander Bastrykin, the head of the Russian Investigative Committee, to the Magnitsky List. Bastrykin reports directly to Putin and as "was complicit in the case of Sergei L. Magnitsky," who was beaten to death in a Russian prison.
💥Bill Browder noted in his testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee on July 27, 2017 that Vladimir Kara-Murza was poisoned for the 2nd time with a "sophisticated toxin" on February 2, 2017.

😱On July 27, 2017, Bill Browder also noted the near death of Nikolai Gorokhov, the lawyer who represented Sergei Magnitsky's mother.

😌Gorokhov survived "falling" from a 4th-floor balcony the night before he was due to testify in court about the state cover up of Sergei Magnitsky's murder & $230 million corruption scandal.

Gorokhov was certain it was an assassination attempt; surviving with a fractured skull.
💥Russian attorney Nikolai Gorokhov: "This was no accident. "Someone planned this, but unfortunately I do not remember the details.”

😱😨@NBCNews article: Gorokhov could not elaborate further on the specific circumstances of the fall, implying to NBC News he was scared to do so.
💀☠️Bill Browder: "I think that foul play was involved."

⚰️Another Russian connected to the case, Alexander Perepilichnyy, a key informant & considered a whistleblower connected to the Magnitsky case, was found dead in Surrey, a county in East England, in November 2012.

💸Alexander Perepilichnyy was allegedly assisting money-laundering investigations involving the same corrupt officials as Sergei Magnitsky. Bill Browder contacted Surrey police, urging them to do a detailed autopsy on Perepilichnyy's body, explaining why his death was important.
⚡️Alexander Perepilichnyy reportedly had evidence which incriminated the Klyuev organized crime group and connected it with the Sergei Magnitsky case.
⚡️Evidence kept on two disks by police were found to be missing during an April 2018 inquest into the death of Perepilichnyy, who died in November 2012. The evidence contained threats, multi-million pound bank transfer and links to a major money laundering scheme.
💥A civilian police translator was challenged to remember the evidence since the Surrey Police (or associates) lost them. Perepilichnyy was not only helping Browder investigate, he was also fighting a legal challenge by a debt recovery firm led by...

☠️Dmitry Kovtun, who allegedly poisoned Alexander Litvinenko, a Russian defector, in 2006.

⚰️The inquest revealed that Perepilichnyy got violently ill after a restaurant meal and died the next day while jogging.
🥼Alexander Perepilichnyy was only 44 and reportedly in excellent health.

🌿Earlier in the investigation, an expert in plant toxicology found traces linked to an extremely poisonous species of gelsemium in his Perephilichnyy's stomach. The gelsemium plant only grows in Asia.
🌿More specifics re: the Gelsemium elgans plant also linked to the death of a Chinese billionaire:
🤪Bill Browder: "All of this sounds like paranoid conspiracy theories. But there are too many of these happening to important people. Captains of industry & lawyers are not dying left, right and center like this in the West."

On to the next suspicious death related to Magnitsky.
There were also ❓s surrounding the death of 58 year old Oktai Gasanov from Azerbaijan. It appeared that he had been framed by police officers to have been part of the syndicate that targeted Hermitage, but he died 2 months and 24 days before the fraud was committed. @japantimes
🤪Oktai Gasanov was a security guard at a Moscow trading center, but the Russian interior ministry's investigation revealed that he was the culprit of the sophisticated investment fraud.
⚰️Next: Valery Kurochkin. Apparently, he was named by tax officials as the inheritor of Hermitage Capital. He was a potential witness & police listed him as a bumbling alcoholic. But he took a train to the Ukraine with five of the fraud suspects and subsequently was found dead.
💥The @japantimes said Valery Kurochkin was found dead on April 30 near Kiev close to the Boryspil International Airport and the cause of death was cirrhosis. The @nytimes has Korchkin's death at age 43 from liver failure.
On September 24, 2008 (more than a year before Sergei Magnitsky's murder), Semyon Korobeinikov "fell" from a tall building undergoing construction. A year later, information was released that he was the owner of Universal Savings Bank.

⚡️But Universal Savings Bank did not belong to Korobeinikov, and was instead being used by reputed mob boss Dmitry Klyuev, guilty of massive tax frauds. Korobeinikov was in all probability thrown off the building to prevent his testifying against Klyuev.
⚰️As noted earlier, Alexander Perepilichnyy reportedly had evidence which incriminated the Klyuev organized crime group and connected it with the Sergei Magnitsky case. He also died as a result in 2012.
😖In a bizarre twist, the last three victims mentioned: Octai Gasanov, Valery Kurochkin and Semyon Korobeinikov were also named by Vladimir Putin...when he accused Bill Browder of being a serial killer!!! ⚰️⚰️⚰️Browder called Putin "delusional."

🖼️Photographs from the Guardian article posted above showing Semyon (sometimes referred to as Sergei) Korobeinikov and the building he "fell" from.

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