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Moscow Deputy Mayor Allegedly Linked to Magnitsky Case

German journal Süddeutschen Zeitung has related Moscow’s emissary Mayor Maxim Liksutov to a Magnitsky box in an ongoing investigation, a Meduza news website reported Wednesday.

The corner review by Süddeutschen Zeitung and Swiss association Sonntagszeitung is looking into leaked information from a supposed Panama papers. The liaison has suggested a offshore land of some-more than a hundred of politicians and officials around a world.

Company Zibar Management eliminated some-more than $336,000 to a criticism of Estonian organisation Transgroup Invest in 2012, Süddeutschen Zeitung reported. A 50 percent share of Transgroup Invest belonged to Liksutov during a time.

Zibar Management was claimed to be one of a entities concerned in a 5.4 billion ruble ($81 million) burglary from a Russian supervision bill by conduct of Hermitage Capital William Browder.

The crime was investigated by a Moscow counsel Sergei Magnitsky, who worked for Hermitage Capital Management. Magnitsky died in a Russian jail in 2009 after being incompetent to entrance medical treatment, explain tellurian rights activists and Magnitsky’s lawyers.

The occurrence resulted in a U.S. introducing a Magnitsky Act, that bans certain Russians concerned in tellurian rights violations from entering a U.S. The list now includes 39 individuals, RIA Novosti reported.

Liksutov did not respond to a ask for criticism from a newspaper.

Article source: http://www.themoscowtimes.com/article/571184.html