Russian authorities called the British financier, the head of investment Fund Hermitage Capital of William Browder “serial killer”. About it reports The Guardian.

According to court documents, which are at the disposal of the edition, the Russian investigators believe Browder, who from 1995 to 2006 he headed the largest investment Fund Hermitage Capital Management, a suspect in the murder of three people – oktay Gasanov, Valeriy Kurochkin and Sergei Korobeynikova.

According to media reports, all three murders connected with the case of embezzlement of $230 million.

In court papers stated : “the Definition of circumstances of death of victims is directly related to the study of the facts of participation (in the crime – ed.) Browder”.

According to the publication, the investigation suggests that the death of three of the defendants were “violent” and was the result of “deliberate action.”

The production was publicized by the Fund lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, who was jailed in a detention center in 2009, where he died.

Hasanov, peddlers and Kurochkin were killed from 2007 to 2008.

Hasanov was found dead in Moscow, Kurochkin near the airport Borispol.

Place of death Korobeynikova is not specified.

“All three were linked to criminal groups and contributed to tax fraud”, – stated in the message The Guardian.

Browder initiator accepted in the United States of the Magnitsky Act, stipulating visa and economic sanctions against those Russians who are involved in human rights violations.

July 28, Browder believed Russian President Vladimir Putin the richest man in the world, estimating his fortune at $ 200 billion

See also: bill Browder: Russia is trying to repeal the Law Magnitsky

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