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Cardin List

In this section, you may find the true story about the appearance of the Cardin list, the complete list of names having an impact and participated in Sergey Magnitsky's death, lobbying for sanctions imposed on Russia which were explained by the murder of Magnitsky, and the disclosure about the complete set of all aggravated crimes executed by this group of people: Hermitage Capital combined criminal case, Yukos case, MH17 plane crash, poisoning of Navalny, poisoning of Skripals, 2008 & 2014 financial crises in the Russian economy, and Ukraine crisis - all connected loud aggravated crimes imputable to Russia, its government, and public sector to affect Russia's image, reputation, economy, environment, security, and defence. This section is a work in progress, check it out from time to time and subscribe to our newsletters.

Friends Shall Kill Friends

To explain the story for your better understanding, we attach here the letter of the BOOST founder, Raevskaya-Repnina, to Ron Wyden, the US senator representing the Oregon state, and his response to her letter. The Vanguard Group, founded in Pennsylvania, and especially its' founder John Bogle, had unexplainably warm relationships with the public officials of the Oregon state, similar to the Russian Orthodox Church, Al-Kaida, Semyon Mogilevich, UAE Royal Families, Adventists 7 days, Boris Nemtsov, Quakers, Orekhovskaya OCG, drug cartels, and other respectful organizations and people who helped him to shake the securities, commodities, and index markets to get the earnings in his mutual funds with the doubling of assets in the financial statements. These friends of John Bogle, for many years, hosted the principle that friends shall kill friends, brother shall kill brother. The Cardin List was prepared under the guidance of the same philosophy and by friends of John Bogle in exchange for the bribery and passed by Senator Benjamin Cardin with the support of Ron Wyden, Senator of Oregon. There are almost all as John Bogle loved. In this list, you will see the friends of Senator Benjamin Cardin, Ron Wyden, and Sergey Magnitsky. The only thing that Bogle's friends forgot was to put his name in the first place and explain his role. We are correcting this annoying 404 error, even posthumously.

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Letter to Sen. Wyden

From:Senator Ron Wyden <senator_wyden@wyden.senate.gov>

Sent:Wednesday, December 8, 2021 10:06 PM

To:raevskaya-repnina@outlook.com <raevskaya-repnina@outlook.com>

Subject:Thank You for Contacting Me

 

Thank you very much for taking the time to write to me. Given the high volume of mail our office is currently receiving, your individualized response may be delayed. If you would like assistance accessing economic resources because of the COVID-19 crisis, please click here: https://www.wyden.senate.gov/covid-19-economic-resources If you are experiencing an urgent issue with a federal agency during this outbreak – such as accessing veteran’s benefits, navigating health care or community resources, acquiring a passport or answers to your citizenship matters – please visit https://www.wyden.senate.gov/services/help-with-a-federal-agency Please rest assured that I am fighting tooth and nail on multiple fronts to protect the health, economic well-being, and quality of life of Oregonians and all Americans during this unprecedented health crisis. While you may experience some delays with my response, please know I will get back to you as soon as I can.

 

The text of submitted letter.

Dear Mr. Wyden:

 

Being guided by the bona fide objectives in pursuing the execution of my obligations to serve several victims, I appeal to you for your justice support, assuming a lawyer can communicate to another lawyer being sure up to some degree that the communication at least will be recognized correctly from the law point of view. I address my writing exclusively the questions of law, and please do not interpret that as a political issue.

 

I possess CIA, CCSA, CISA professional recognitions, doing development of anti-fraud solutions fighting organized crimes, graduated with distinction in Russia in law and economics, and later from the University of Oxford, Saïd Business School (EMBA8). That let me hold the positions of VP of the Oxford Business Alumni Steering Committee for four years and Chairman of the Board Audit Committee in a variety of companies since 2009.

 

The purpose of my letter to you is to correct the "404 error" which costs many lives regardless of the country and nation, and, if not corrected, it will probably lead to even more dramatic consequences. I attach my letter to SEC, which has all chances to move directly to the trash bin without the appropriate support – and I’m writing to you for that.

The combined "404 error" already led to the deaths of hundreds of people, and I attach a few files about that just to give you a quick introduction to what I'm talking about. Several people who were not listed under the 404 section of the Magnitsky act, long years before having committed many wrongdoings violating the SOX 404 section. It was like an Enron, but much worse finally resulted in many human deaths. Starting from 2007, they have been executing on the territory of Russia and abroad a series of aggravated crimes to capture attractive companies using the "systematic" approach – instead of paying a fair price, they organized an integrated mechanism included also corrupted employees from public authorities across the globe who executed the sham court judgments preparation, unlawful criminal prosecution, or, finally, murders. Did this take place only in Russia? Surely not.

After these blackmailed acquisitions, often followed by the robberies, blackouts, murders, thefts of shares, seals, documents - I call that "double-side hammered M&As" (the double-sided hammer was often used to break the doors to the offices of captured companies) these "corporations" constructed by the hammer based on the fundament of falsified documents and sham judgments, sooner or later made their IPO declaring full compliance with the law and reported these stolen assets as a legally acquired part of their businesses. That was an ongoing process that started in 2004 until now.

IPO took place on NYSE and the LSE. American and European investors bought these shares. American auditors - Deloitte, E&Y, PWC, KPMG confirmed the reporting and ownership rights for the stolen assets without any disclaimers. American auditors (especially KPMG and E&Y) and consultants (McKinsey, BCG, Alvarez & Marsal) participated in assets seizure through the organization and execution of the asset's illegal disposal schemes. Cyprus, UK, US, and EU lawyers (Hill, TBC, Hogan & Hartson, and many others) served complicated legal structures abroad "to secure" the illegal ownership of criminals for stolen assets. For money saved with the help of the hammer enforcing the sham court judgments, by the price of briberies paid to blackmail the legal business beneficiaries, the criminals hid the assets through the chain of complicated legal structures maintained abroad, by the acquisition of property in the US, UK, EU, and across the globe for money laundered without payment of appropriate taxes. Taxes were partially paid on the territories of these countries. What about the size of the story? Hundreds of billion dollars.

 

Everyone was happy. "The people" went to their nice offices wearing nice suits thinking they do a great job. They had nice lunches in nice restaurants. They flew in nice business class sections or air jets. "The people" organized nice roadshows in the US and UK as well. Nice investors asked nice questions. Nice investment banks got their fees. Nice board members - independent directors and executives - from the US, UK, and EU, were very polite and kept nice silent managing the companies built from the captured businesses or - vice versa - actively participated in this process of capturing businesses "to achieve growth." In short, everything was nice. Things went nice and everything was fine. Just until the death of Sergey Magnitsky. This incident slightly disturbed the atmosphere of general happiness.

Where's Russia in this story? The assets captured were on the territory of Russia. Some of the criminals were Russians. Did Russia get any gains as a result of these crimes? Let's check. The ownership over the Russian assets was transited from outside Russia to other countries, and the tax burden was brought outside Russia as well. Russia as a country didn't get even a penny from this amazing happiness. Who was the new owner of these assets? Many companies from the US, UK, EU, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and others. Bank accounts were opened in such respectful banks as Hellenic Bank, Deutsche Bank, HSBC, City Bank, JP Morgan Chase, Bank of New York, and many others, outside Russia. Neither Russia, Russian banks, nor the population of Russian got the prize of this lottery.

What's going on with the captured assets after the "hammered M&A"? New business models under the management of the new, "right" managers from the US, UK, and EU were implemented to capitalize on fraud, deception, and all accessible ways to cheat on customers. Falsification of documents and sham judgments once trained during the hammered M&As became a part of the business model of these NYSE- and LSE- listed companies to collect the revenue. The profit moved outside Russia. Russians paid the fraudsters a premium price for the bad goods and bad services. The hammer-styled customers support solved any problems with the customers' claims. And again - these models despite any SOX requirements were nicely welcomed by the US auditors and advisors - nobody made a disclaimer about the material control deficiency or misstatement of financial reporting. American investors get their shares returns monetizing the fraudulent business models. Enron - it was a children's party compared to that story.

What's the connection? It's quite straightforward. The people who served for bribery as the blackmail mechanism to capture the assets (sham court judgments, falsified documents for unlawful criminal or tax prosecution, and several strong men with hammers) - they were participated in the Hermitage Capital Case resulted in Sergey Magnitsky's death - the same-named tax inspections, investigation department employees - the list is quite similar. However, it was incomplete in all cases. Many people continue to stay behind the frame until now.

I don't know a lot about the Hermitage Capital and Mr. Brauder. I didn’t have a chance to meet. When I wrote them to get the materials of the Hermitage Capital and Sergey's criminal cases executed by the same group of people to merge them with more than 20 criminal linked cases a long time before initiated in Russia to prosecute criminals guilted in the death of Sergey (as well Sergey, to be more precise), I've got no answer. It seems to be a little bit inconsistent. To make loud announcements abroad about unfair justice in Russia, but do not cooperate when fair justice comes. In my opinion, when respectful senators voted for the Jackson-Vanik repeal and the Magnitsky Act, they had to know these facts. That cooperation is stopped when the real criminals are found, and in the story, there are three other names of the "occasionally dead" people, and the complete Hermitage story is smelling very badly.

Following the text of the Magnitsky Act, I conclude that nobody informed the Congress members about this complete story because nobody knew that before voting, and I'm describing in my letter above. The devil is in details, not in Russia. Blind voting - is a bad choice in a situation with such far-reaching consequences.

Within the framework of this law, the so-called "Magnitsky List", following the principles specified in section 404 of this legislative act, was also approved. Initially, the declared goal of this law was to get Russia to respect human rights through trade and political restrictions, the violations of which in the law indicated as the death of Sergei Magnitsky and the Yukos case. However, let me note that justice means a fair, equal, nondiscriminatory attitude that is based on the law, and selective law application is unacceptable if we are talking about justice. If so, why Russia should pay an implied "gain tax" for the gain which never got?

The people who prepared the Magnitsky Act, who put it to a vote, and who then actively lobbied for the implementation of the law, misled the honorable Congress members. I'm sure you didn't hear this story explained above. And if the volume of my letter could be more – about 1 terabyte of data archive – the story will flash by more bright colors with the long list of names and documents. And no of the names of truly guilty people were announced during the voting for the Magnitsky Act. Honorable members of Congress who voted in favor of this law were not aware of the real state of affairs, and assuming that the people who prepared this bill were presumably competent, educated, and smart enough, I have no reason to think that the text of this bill and the documents included in it and accompanying documents containing obvious logical errors, misinterpretations of facts, as well as lies, are accidental.

As it was repeatedly noted by the US honorable politics, after the adoption of this law, for some reason the sanctions imposed on Russia in connection with this law do not work. Neither the sanctions nor the law work, and the goals declared in the law itself are not being achieved.

Thus, constantly stating the fact of the inability of the law to regulate issues related to the death of Sergei Magnitsky and the so-called violation of human rights in Russia, as an example of which the Yukos case is cited, the Congress shows rare inconsistency by continuing to add more and more such non-working additions to the invalid law. This not only did not lead to the achievement of the declared goals - the observance of human rights and civilized fair justice, but increasingly worsen the situation between countries, and like a snowball increased the degree of tension not only in relations with Russia.

The Magnitsky Act does not work and will never work to achieve the goals declared by the United States, since it, like a computer program, contains errors in the code.

1. The law is called the Russia and Moldova Jackson - Vanik repeal and Sergey Magnitsky Rule of Law Accountability Act of 2012 - amendment to the regulation of the trade relationships with Russia and Moldova, and at the same time the act of Sergei Magnitsky. Why are trade issues combined with the tragic, egregious case of Magnitsky's death in prison? This is beyond the bar of good and evil. Why is the brutal and awful death of a person whose violated rights are the reason for the imposition of sanctions against 140 million people of the population of the Russian Federation, calling into question the lives of these people, is a walk-through point included in passing in the text of the document dedicated to the US trade relations with Russia and Moldova? Did anybody from Congress review the original materials of the criminal case initiated against Sergey Magnitsky before voting for this law? Did anybody provide an unbiased sound all-sided legal opinion on this case to the honorable Congress? Why, at the same time, people who took part in this series of crimes, still be on the territory of the US, under coverage despite the court decision against them in Russia?

 

2. The death of Sergei Magnitsky was the result of a series of aggravated crimes committed by the same group in the period from 2006 to 2021. This group included persons who were citizens of several countries where criminal activities were carried out. These are the USA, Great Britain, Ireland, European Union (Cyprus, Luxembourg, Austria, Germany, France, Switzerland, Finland, Czech Republic, Hungary, Croatia, Montenegro), Israel, Singapore, China, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Seychelles, Bahamas, Belize, Armenia, Georgia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, and more countries, which I can list after the completion of the investigation. My question was - why Russia and why was this topic - completely covered by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act 2002 - not properly investigated by SEC, DOJ, FBI, IRS? The foundations of criminal law tell us that the responsibility for investigating applies to the territory of the state in which the crime occurred. For multi-episode ongoing crimes, the jurisdiction is determined considering the duration of the episodes, the severity of the crimes, and the competence of the investigating authorities. I do not deny that several events took place on the territory of Russia. But have you ever thought why the list prepared accordingly to the 404 section of the Magnitsky act – when the opinion of the US President replaces any other law institutes even existed on the territories of other countries - does not include respectable people from the Treasury of Colorado, City Bank, Bank of America, Goldman Sachs, JP Morgan, EBRD, IFC, and other equally honorable American and European people and organizations, who were the beneficiaries, members of the boards of directors, heads of organizations that organized and carried out the aforementioned series of aggravated crimes, which entailed, among other things, the mass deaths of people, including the death of not only Magnitsky but at least 60 people more? When Congress voted for this law, did somebody know about it? What was written in the papers for voting that Congress - the legislative authority - voted for this "law", which directly contradicts the basics of justice and the basic foundations of criminal law? Why Russians shall be responsible for the crimes committed by the Americans? Now section 404 of the Magnitsky Act violates such basic principles as presumption of innocence transferring to the US President's capability without appropriate court decision to conclude the guilt based on "credible information" without any proven lawful criminal process. Where is the law here, in this "legislative act" punishing Russia to follow the law? And finally, why does the violation of human rights in Russia, violate the "national security of the USA" that requires regulation by the trade restrictions imposed on Russia and Moldova, and limitations in the defense sector?

 

3. Russia does not pass laws governing US activities. However, the United States adopts laws regulating the activities of Russia eliminating the necessity of fair criminal prosecution bypassing that through recognition of guilty by the US President. This contradicts the foundations of the theory of governance and law and logic. Declaring that Russia allegedly does not comply with the laws, at the same time the United States adopts a law that violates the principles and norms of the legislative process, not only in Russia but in any country. Since this law has no legal force for Russia, and the real goals of its adoption do not correspond to the declared ones (otherwise the text of the law and the mechanism for its adoption would be completely different), the United States is trying to achieve its implementation with the help of forceful methods, subjecting tens of millions of Russians who are not guilty of the death of Sergei Magnitsky, while the Russians, who presumably guilty - nicely live in the United States, and even at the expense of the United States they are paid for travel and accommodation in luxury hotels in America, I mean Natalya Veselnitskaya, Janna Bullock, and others. Frankly speaking, we are shocked by that double standard of selective law application. To warm welcoming in the US these two ladies - it's a real offense against all Russians.

 

4. The unlawful Magnitsky act, which was adopted, currently prevents the prosecution of persons who have committed this series of grave and especially grave crimes on the the territory of Russia and the above-named countries (one episode of which is the tragic death of S.L. Magnitsky in the Matrosskaya Tishina). As indicated above, citizens and businesses of all the above-named countries were involved in this series of crimes. By this law and due to the restrictions imposed on Russia, Russia does not have free access to justice on the territory of the United States. According to US law, crimes committed by persons in the United States and by US citizens in other states are classified to (depending on the corpus delicti) DoJ, SEC, FBI, CSI, DHS, and IRS. However, I cannot personally come to the United States with the documents to submit an application and provide evidence - I cannot get a visa on the territory of the Russian Federation. Such statements are not made over the phone. In Russia, I cannot submit applications to the appropriate US departments - in particular, the US Embassy in Moscow, which is entrusted with the functions of the FBI representation on the territory of the Russian Federation, and whose jurisdiction includes crimes committed by this group of persons, does not carry out contacts with Russian citizens, and my crime statement does not accept. I cannot submit documents through the electronic resources of the FBI and the US Department of Justice due to technical and logical limitations provided by the forms themselves. These forms work great if someone living in the United States has their wallet stolen, but they do not work for entering information about a multi-episode serial crime lasting 14 years, which was carried out on the territory of more than two dozen countries by many people outside of several thousand. Similar situations arose in other countries where criminals operated. But why should Russia suffer for this, when the law you have adopted to "protect rights" and "fair investigation" affects both the protection of rights and the investigation itself? Due to the delay in the investigation, in particular, more than 10 attempted murders were carried out against me, 3 members of my family died, one of them was a former FSB colonel, 6 of my dogs were poisoned, I was beaten repeatedly, my mother was beaten, my father and I were set on fire a car, they tried to set my house on fire, my documents, money, and things were repeatedly stolen - this non-stop nightmare is described in more than 1000 claims filed on the territory of the Russian Federation. These crimes were committed by the same criminals who were involved in the death of S.L. Magnitsky - they were the organizers, customers, and performers. Punish my offenders and you will automatically uncover the murder of Magnitsky. But why does Congress impose sanctions on Russia and as a consequence - on me? I own the evidence and have a list of criminals who participated in the death of Magnitsky, but due to the sanctions imposed by the Magnitsky Act, I cannot initiate an investigation and get a fair trial? Where's logic? What is the conclusion from this? The law was adopted not for the purposes that were declared, and nobody care about the death of Magnitsky. It was just an excuse to start the war. The part about Magnitsky, blasphemously adjacent to the supply of apples and spare parts for nuclear missiles, was introduced by the senator, representing, according to his website, the questions of the military. The worst way to achieve peace is by unleashing a war.

 

5. At the moment in the territory of the United States permanently residing and presenting persons directly involved in the above-mentioned series of crimes, in respect of which a legally made conviction of a criminal court was previously issued on the territory of the Russian Federation. These persons continue to be in the United States, hiding from punishment. At the same time, the United States continues to put pressure on Russia for allegedly not investigating the circumstances of Magnitsky's death. These people - who participated in one form or another in this murder - are already in the US. What's wrong with the US, when on the territory of the US the criminals easily continue their living, and even can freely legalize the sham court judgments previously got in Russia for hammered M&As, instead the US doesn't react to that and continue to punish Russia for "non-execution of Magnitsky Act"? However, the people who are part of the organized criminal community are not only fearlessly in the United States under the protection of the United States, but the blasphemous activity of violating the rule of law continues - in particular, falsified judgments in Russia are being legalized on the territory of the United States. So, part of the series were large raider seizures of Russian companies. They took place with the help of "custom" tax inspections and sham criminal cases. These individuals were indeed partially mentioned in the Magnitsky list. Criminal cases were initiated against them in the Russian Federation, some of the persons were brought to criminal responsibility, but the rest remain inaccessible to justice due to their concealment on the territory of the above-mentioned states. Tell me, when Congress was asked to vote for this law, what was the basis for convincing you personally and confirmation of evidence that Russia is not conducting an investigation? In Russia, the first criminal cases were initiated back in 2007. From my example, I can tell you that to put criminals behind bars in a legal state, you need proof and strong evidence. As a lawyer, you know that. It takes years to jail an organized criminal clan in its entirety. We are talking about not a simple organized criminal group. We are talking about the well- organized very smart criminal group among other crimes executing serial murders most of them include airplane crashes, poisoning, and mass shooting. How many years did it take for the US to prosecute Ted Bandy? Who misled the members of the US Congress that there was no investigation in Russia and the perpetrators escaped punishment? In Russia, with its "imperfect legislation" allegedly "grossly violating human rights," concealment of crimes is itself a criminal offense. But why, then, in the United States, with its "developed" penitentiary system, which is put to us as an example of the democracy and protection of human rights (by the way, what about KKK and slavery?), there were such bloodcurdling things as an Eastern State Penitentiary in which for decades the monstrous torture of prisoners existed, the death penalty for the insane Lisa Montgomery, there is still no punishment for harboring crimes? Why are the US state itself and the countries condemning Russia for the death of Sergei Magnitsky hiding from Russian justice, which is carrying out completely fair persecution, Zhanna Bulakh, Oleg Tinkov, Oleg Yakovlev, and many other people, either directly involved in a series of the above crimes? By adopting such a law and at the same time hiding these persons from justice? Why, because of the Magnitsky Act, I am not now able to transfer to American justice the full list of participants in the crimes, one of the many of which was the death of Magnitsky? Then maybe for the fact that Congress misinformed those who lobbied for the law about the real state of affairs?

 

6. Nobody knows the truth about the murder of Magnitsky and the other participants in this story. However, the managing refocus of the story just to Sergey's personality and the exclusion of three other strange deaths lately "occasionally" died - Gasanov, Korobeinikov (citizen of Ukraine who lived on the territory of Ukraine, Hungary, Israel), Kurochkin gives a sound basis to assume that the case of Magnitsky is not completely discovered at the moment, and the results of the investigation were not sufficient even to define the all participants, not talking about the far-reaching sanctions. Nobody knows the full story, and it can be any.

 

7. It is very strange why the death of Sergei Magnitsky caused such a response in the hearts of American Congress together with trade sanctions against Russia and somehow Moldova, while the bone-chilling awful story of Otto Warmbier did not even get two lines in the meeting of the commission on North Korea. In this story, not only the torture in Korea is monstrous, as a result of which Otto was taken to the United States in a vegetative state. It is appalling that the US doctors who transported Otto did not examine him, did not record all the injuries, did not make claims, and did not try to bring the perpetrators to justice. All that Otto Warmbier of the United States received was a disconnection from the life-supporting devices after delivery to the United States. North Korea is washing its hands because Otto was killed in the United States by his family and doctors, and those responsible for the death of his brain as a result of torture in North

Korea did not incur any punishment, while Otto's brain died in North Korea long before he was transported to the United States. This is not a medical fail, this is a tragic, terrible fail of American diplomacy and the entire American law enforcement system, proving its complete failure and the inability in principle, until the problem with Otto is eliminated, to go into the affairs of foreign states with instructions on the protection of human rights.

That's obvious, that the Magnitsky Act is bad. This is a wrong law that will never work because everything is wrong with it - starting from the initial law non-compliance, wrong name, wrong goals, and ending with the law enforcement mechanism for achieving the declared goals, neglecting the basic foundations of law - such essential things as the presumption of innocence, necessity of proper evidence for the prosecution, necessity of valid court judgment to prove them guilty, and so on. Magnitsky Act, pretending to get a status of law, is not based on the law and cannot be based on the law of any of the rule-of-law states.

The Magnitsky Act you have adopted is not based on the law, it contradicts logic and common sense. Russia cannot bear the burden of shame and blame for the death of Sergei Magnitsky alone. Organized crime has no citizenship, no passport, and no nationality. Organized international crime is so-called because it operates on the territory of many states, making up a single one from the whole. Moreover, the adopted law counteracts the fight against crime itself and the prosecution of criminals, since it places responsibility for crimes only on Russia, at the same time making international institutions of justice inaccessible to Russia and making it impossible to bring criminals to justice due to their presence on the territory of other states, the implementation of 70% all crimes (including those that led to the death of S.L. Magnitsky) on the territory of these states.

I do not admit the idea that the distinguished senators elected to represent the interests of the residents of the states acted in passing such a law intentionally. I want to believe in it. Even though the inconsistency of the law and the mechanism of its implementation with the declared goals cause me great concern. However, I know that people can make erroneous decisions quite easily if they are persuaded with quickly and easily "bought" arguments from the categories of ethos and pathos, even if logic and facts say something completely different. The danger of such argumentation is that it is not based on logic and facts, by which one can quickly recognize an error, but initially contains the possibility of manipulating facts to form the desired impression in a poorly informed audience. Appeals to ignorance occur when one believes something to be true that is not, because they do not know enough about the subject, or have not been given enough information to know otherwise. False dilemmas are also called ‘either/or’ fallacies. They are arguments that propose there are only two choices, when in fact there may be many more. Overgeneralization often takes the shape of stereotypes or “non-representative samples,” that is, taking a small set of examples and assuming that it is true for all. Red Herring fallacies aren’t necessarily a failure of logic, but more of a distraction technique. When I read Magnitsky Act, I sell all these types of logical fallacies together led to dramatic consequences.

Finally, several words about the Yukos case and the one mentioned in the text of the Magnitsky Act, M.B. Khodorkovsky (hereinafter MBH). The appearance of the Yukos case neighboring the questions of trade issues with Russia and Moldova somewhere in between the preamble and the death of Sergey, it's a very great example of generalization based on the appeal to ignorance. I get the impression that the United States is inclined to idealize the personality of MBH. I did not know him personally, but I know people who had direct business relations with him. These people personally told me that the Yukos company began its history after the director of the research institute where MBH and his "colleagues" worked, accidentally fell out of the window. Ridiculous, tragic "accidental" death. In addition to this tragic, absurd accidental death, the research institute "accidentally" had data on field research - geological exploration, which later became the beginning of the Yukos company. This, of course, is all for sure a stupid and absurd accident. As well as an absurd, stupid accident, stories about mass contract killings that were carried out by order of MBH and his "colleagues". In Russia, about MBH people who were close to him considered MBH a frostbitten bandit. I don’t know why in the USA MBH the image of a martyr who has suffered innocently for his convictions and has been deprived of his property has been given. Did the US study MBH's ownership title deeds? Was this also attached to the bill on trade with Russia and Moldova, and at the same time on the death of Sergei Magnitsky and the imprisonment of Khodorkovsky? Wow, what a multifaceted law - covers all the most interesting - the loud cases in the assortment. I'm sharing the sorrow of the death of Vasily Aleksanyan. But we are talking about the law, not about sorrow. Before the tragic death, he was a part of the Yukos team. When we talk about justice - there is no place for emotions. Dura Lex sed lex.

The international community - and this is not only the G20 - needs a working mechanism to combat corruption and organized crime, and not separate "laws" used as a bullwhip against certain countries to solve other political tasks. The death of people is not the excuse for political blackmail - that has nothing to do with laws or laws since they are not based on them. The law has no right to be used to substitute concepts - there must be consistency. The objectives of the law and its legal mechanism must correspond to each other, and even more so the legislative initiative itself must be carried out following the law.

If the Magnitsky Act continues to operate, it will lead to further human victims and new crimes, because it makes impossible true justice. It is obvious from the nature and style of the crimes that we are dealing not only with corruption and economic crimes. We are talking about mass killings, including those of a terrorist nature. In themselves, these crimes are disgusting, and because of them, everything happened. But the main thing in them is not that they are performed for the sake of money or the sake of power. It is not so scary a crime leading to the loss of money, which in the end can be earned. Crimes are terrible, the consequences of which are never irreparable, by anyone and in any way - we are talking about the loss of life, or harm to health comparable to the loss of life, as in the case of this boy Otto Warmbier. The terrible thing about these crimes, besides the fact that their consequences are incorrigible, is that the most serious crimes - mass murder - are committed for the sake of crimes. A person who decides to kill another person is mentally unhealthy by definition, even if under the law he is sane. Serial killers do not stop because of trade sanctions imposed on top officials of the state. Countries do not impose restrictions on each other because of such ugly phenomena as the crimes of Gacy, Berkowitz, Manson, Bundy. On the contrary, it is the direct duty of the rule of law states to organize joint work for the immediate end of lawlessness, the cessation of deaths, the identification of all the personalities of criminals, and their isolation from society to prevent the continuation of the series of massacres.

Organized crime goes far beyond a single state, it is not a question of the United States and Russia. But since the United States has begun this process, the responsibility to correct this mistake is yours, as well as you shall move the discussion to another platform. This is the UN - an organization that protects human rights and counteracts corruption on a global scale, which is extensively intelligent and smart enough in investment protection and corporate governance. Within the framework of this organization, a working law should be adopted, accompanied by an effective legal mechanism to prevent the commission of similar crimes in the future and to prevent organized crime from organizing. Russia cannot correct the mistakes in the law issued by the United States – it’s your area of responsibility.

I’m urging you to initiate this start of the “404 error” correction from the unbiased SEC investigation supported by the appropriate joint FBI, DOJ, IRS investigation as they already previously did.

I understand that the text of my letter may seem impolite, but frankly speaking being alive after these terrible events, losing so many people and alive souls around me (honestly – I don’t know why I am still alive after 10 murder assaults), and considering the nature of the story, there is no way for false political correctness. Also, sometimes it seems as long as I’m not an English native speaker, and my dictionary doesn’t include a lot of soft idioms making the bitter pill sweet. I believe that the difficulty of the translation shall be not an obstacle to rescuing the life of people who can lose them if immediate actions are not implemented.

 

I’m urging you to help me to initiate at the SEC and FBI level in cooperation with the Russian, British and European authorities the cross-border investigation against MTS, VimpelCom, VTB, Sistema, L1, AO Alfa-Bank, PREVEZON Holding, MKB PJSC, and their related parties for the crimes that took place on the territory of the USA, UK, Russia, EU, and Asia as well, which I described above without details, and which are partially disclosed in the attached letter to the SEC. This investigation directly leads to the prosecution of criminals guilty of the death of Sergey Magnitsky and the deaths described in the attached files. In Russia, there were many criminal proceedings were initiated even in 2007, what we need – to combine the investigative efforts between countries. and merge the cases to ensure that all the criminals will be identified and prosecuted. The results of the investigation – the true complete list of really guilty people for the prosecution who was involved in the death of Sergey Magnitsky as well, and loss indemnification. Also, as a necessary part of this case, immediate release of criminals to Russia for their prosecution shall be done - I mean Janna Bulah (in the US she is calling herself Bullock

- Janna Bullock), Dmitry Kotlyarenko, and other persons who are now in hiding from the prosecution. For instance - Mr.Tinkov, why he is still non-incarcerated, despite the state prosecutor's requests. His business and presumably himself participated in the murder assaults against me, serious mass fraud, my assets, and business illegal capturing, and the full range of illegal activity against me and my family from the described above criminal “a la carte”. And finally the independent investigation of thereupon Hermitage Capital case shall be implemented as well. In particular, based on my evidence and experience to cooperate with them, I have a lot of concerns about the real story underlying this litigation. I don't want to write anybody, but I can't believe in any words until the proper evidence is gathered. It's impossible to make a decision based on journal articles, and frankly speaking, you have to know that the criminal litigation process works differently. The objective unbiased investigation shall take place - documents study, witness testimonies gathering, and other necessary investigation processes. Fair justice is the same for all states - the list of criminals must include all criminals who took part in the long-term legal lawlessness that they carried out in the territories of different countries, regardless of the color of their passports and status.

I've applied already to the UK, EU, and Singapore authorities, however, I still don't have any feedback from the USA's law enforcement agencies, and following the messages written on their websites or automatic responses, I will be not informed about the course of the investigation. That's very funny - when the victim and one of the main claimants will not have a right to provide testimony, and documents and get the loss indemnification. That's not a legislative process. The questions to be covered - the participation of their beneficiaries, shareholders (including nominees), executives, board directors in the series of organized aggravated crimes that include mass murders, corruption, tax evasion, serious fraud, money laundering, and other serious law violation resulted together in death of Magnitsky and three other persons - Korobeinikov, Gasanov, Kurochnkin.

Finally, to fix the 404 error to never repeat that, in addition to transferring the investigation to the cooperative investigation platform, the law also shall change its residency to a fundamentally different platform, and be involved in its development, execution, and control of all states, especially those in whose territories the indicated tragic events took place, and the end of discrimination in this regard, Russia (our country is the same victim of the actions of criminals - society is not can benefit from crime, it is foolish to assume that society benefits from the crimes of several freaks - this is just a shame, we are ashamed that these people are our fellow citizens, and we feel no less negative emotions about their disgusting inappropriate activities),

I mean that the issue of the inadmissibility of untouchability for corrupt officials who have been members of this criminal community for many years should not be applied selectively only to Russia, it should equally apply to all participants in the process. This list of persons should not be a list of persons to be sanctioned, it should be a list of persons whose guilt has been established by justice and who have been prosecuted under the law. In this form, the "404 list" has the right to life - as a board of shame for all states that have sabotaged the investigation process for a long time, trying to shift responsibility for the crimes of their citizens onto Russia. The place of this plaque of shame is not in the US Senate, and not at the G20 summit. This is a board of shame for all civilized states for the human sacrifice that occurred because the leaders of states claiming civilization put their interests higher than human life, not wanting to create a working mechanism to counter organized crime.

Personally, from me to you a big request. Please intervene in the investigation into the circumstances surrounding the death of Otto Warmbier. It is necessary to identify those involved not only on the territory of North Korea but also persons in the United States who, by their actions, made it impossible or complicated the proceedings in international instances.

If our countries start working now in cooperation on the investigation of the cases described above, our efforts will succeed very soon in the identification of the real criminals guilty of all these crimes including the tragic death of Sergey Magnitsky, and prosecute them. Without cooperation and combined investigation that’s impossible. Transferring this story to the international authority will dramatically improve the efficiency of fighting against organized crime, including heavily discovered corruption, serious fraud, tax evasion, human trafficking, money laundering, and drugs distribution.

 

Sincerely,

Anna Maria Serafima Raevskaya-Repnina

The response from Sen. Wyden

From: Senator Ron Wyden <senator_wyden@wyden.senate.gov>

Sent: Wednesday, January 26, 2022, 7:11 PM

To:raevskaya-repnina@outlook.com <raevskaya-repnina@outlook.com>

Subject: Response from Senator Ron Wyden to your e-mail

 

Dear Mr. Raevskaya-Repnina:

Thank you for contacting me concerning President Biden's proposal to expand the data collected by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) to prevent tax evasion. I appreciate hearing from you on this important issue. There has been a lot of misinformation about President Biden's proposed account reporting mechanism being peddled by the banking industry, lobbyists, and the wealthy. The biggest and most powerful banks in the world want Americans to believe they are still relying on a legal pad and an abacus to perform basic functions. No one buys that. Most financial service providers already send customers statements that list deposits and withdrawals, often electronically. Under the proposal, they would simply share this aggregate information with the IRS once a year. Financial industry experts have made it clear that the proposal would be virtually cost-free to banks. People who earn a paycheck already have their wages reported to the IRS by their employer, as their employer sends the IRS the same form it sends workers. That is why working people voluntarily pay the taxes they owe.Its wealthy business owners who are on the honor system as they can earn income that is not reported to the IRS by an independent third party. The lack of reporting requirements leaves these wealthy business owners free to cheat on their taxes and drain resources from hard working Americans who pay what they owe. Let me be clear, under the proposal, accounts with deposits and withdrawals of less than $10,000 will not be reported to the IRS. Under President Biden's proposal, banks and nontraditional financial services (like Venmo) would report just two numbers to the IRS, not individual transactions. The two numbers are the total money coming into an account, excluding Social Security and certain paychecks, and the total money going out. The IRS will not know what taxpayers are purchasing. In the case of a wealthy tax cheat, the IRS would now be able to see if there are millions more dollars flowing into an account than are reported on that person's tax return. That is what this proposal is all about, going after tax cheats who are putting more and more of the tax burden on American workers. Again, thank you for contacting me about the issues that are important to you. Please do not hesitate to contact me if I may be of further assistance in the future.

Sincerely, Ron Wyden United States Senator