The Anti-Terrorist Department (Department 'T') of the Russian Interior Ministry is trying to arrest the American-born head of Hermitage Capital, William Browder, who has conducted a successful global campaign to sanction those involved with the jailing and death of his lawyer, Sergei Magnitsky.
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William Browder, left, the American-born head of London-based Hermitage Capital Management, told Dutch lawmakers last week about developments in the Magnitsky case and the breakdown of the rule of law in Russia, according to a statement issued by Hermitage.
As a candidate, he was authentic and stood for decency and accountability, qualities Nixon never understood.
Following the human stories of FCPA enforcement can be humbling for otherwise proud Americans.
The leader of the Dutch government has refused to open a new investigation into the role played by Prince Bernhard in the Lockheed scandal that broke in 1976.
China's central bank said corrupt government officials there have stolen more than $120 billion and fled overseas, mainly to the U.S. Here's a story from the BBC.