Skip to comments.Russia: Magnitsky whistleblower dies in London
Posted on 12/06/2012 12:02:19 AM PST by bruinbirdman
Alexander Perepilichny, a Russian businessman who turned whistleblower and provided evidence against those linked to the 2009 death of lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, was found dead under mysterious circumstances at his estate in London. According to Reuters, Perepilichny was helping Swiss prosecutors uncover a powerful Russian fraud syndicate at the time of his death, and previously served as a witness against the Klyuyev Group, a network of officials and others involved in tax fraud in Russia. He sought political refuge in Britain in 2009, before approaching authorities with evidence of the involvement of Russian government officials in the theft of the $230 million discovered missing by Sergei Magnitsky. The lawyers story became infamous after he was arrested by those hed accused of stealing the money, and later died in prison, prompting retaliatory legislation from several Western countries including the United States. Perepilichny marks the fourth person connected with the Magnitsky case to die under unexplained circumstances.
There’s a profound “Duhh” factor, here. If you’r gonna hide from the Russkies—and least go where you can have a gun—or three.
Spooky - like Arkansas under “der shlickmeister.”
Avoid the Russian salad dressing.
If that government intends to remain, it must necessarily operate to create the resources it will use to continue to destroy Communists and similar (never ending) threats like Islam.
Such a government would be organized crime (Mafia like) where producers could get rich by producing enough to efficiently destroy Communists Muslims, and complainers (takers).
Such a government would not be composed of "nice guys", and the socialist media shills would find that out, to their dismay.
The long road back from Communism may never lead to the "unfair" economic freedom and responsible social liberty that God once gifted his children, but it will be littered with the bodies of community organizers, community agitators, and media liars.
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