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The same officials had Magnitsky arrested; he was tossed into a freezing cell and refused medical treatment. Magnitsky — who suffered from pancreatitis and gall stones — spent months in pain. This state-sanctioned torture was meant to make him withdraw his testimony. One day his condition grew critical. Guards put him in an isolation cell. There, they beat him to death. Once a Putin fan, Browder found himself in trouble in when he was deported from Russia. He hired a team, including Magnitsky.

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One day his condition grew critical. Guards put him in an isolation cell.

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There, they beat him to death. Once a Putin fan, Browder found himself in trouble in when he was deported from Russia. He hired a team, including Magnitsky.

When the Kremlin got nasty, most of the lawyers fled. Magnitsky — a family man with two small boys, who liked Beethoven — refused to leave. He believed the law would protect him, that Russia had said farewell to its Soviet ghosts. It was a tragic misjudgment.

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A Russian court later jailed him in absentia for nine years. They include Michael Khodorkovsky, the former oligarch whom Putin pictured jailed and sent to Siberia.

Or Alexei Navalny , the Moscow opposition leader, currently under house arrest.

Or the murdered Alexander Litvinenko , poisoned in a Mayfair hotel with radioactive green tea. Still, there is no doubt that Browder has succeeded in annoying Putin in a way that few have.

Instead, Browder took advantage of an obscure law passed by president George W Bush in , which allows the US to impose visa sanctions on corrupt foreign officials. Browder took his campaign to Washington, where the state department gave him short shrift. Indefatigable, bloody-minded, a sort of virtuous pain-in-the-arse Ancient Mariner, Browder continued to lobby senators, journalists and anybody who would listen to him.

Against the odds, Congress passed a landmark Magnitsky law in , blocking 18 officials from entering the US. Browder rebelled from his intellectual, communist-leaning family to pursue a life of high finance, tackling with MBA in hand the wild-west investment landscape of the former Eastern bloc.

He often flew from his home in London to Moscow, where he worked. But this time was different. Instead, they detained him for 15 hours, without food or water, and sent him back to London without explanation. This event baffled Browder. What happened? Bill Browder was born in to an intellectual family with communist sympathies.

Earl became the leader of the Communist Party of the United States and was invited to Moscow for an official visit in Browder, however, found it difficult to embrace the left-wing beliefs of his family, so he rebelled — and chose to become a capitalist, instead. Later, in , he joined Maxwell Communications Corporation, one of the only Western firms investing in Eastern Europe at the time. His experience with Maxwell allowed him to explore nearly every country of the former Soviet bloc, and in doing so, he was a key player in many regional investments.

Before too long Maxwell was revealed to have been involved in financial fraud. Browder quickly left, and in took up an associate position with the Eastern European investment banking team at Salomon Brothers in London.

Red Notice Key Idea 2: The heady days of privatization in Russia presented a lucrative opportunity for Western investors. As Browder started his job at Salomon Brothers, he was given one simple rule: Generate five times your yearly salary in 12 months, or be fired. As Browder pondered how to meet such expectations, he noticed that nobody was investing in Russia. So he decided to plant the seed that Salomon Brothers invest in Russian businesses.

This turned out to be an incredible opportunity, for both the investment firm and Browder. This was done through a process called voucher privatization. Russian citizens thus received certificates that represented potential shares in state-owned companies. Browder knew that these vouchers were highly undervalued and could be easily downloadd.

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This idea proved successful. Browder was suddenly a financial superstar. But once again, he felt it was time to move on.

Based on his already stellar reputation, Browder founded an investment company in Russia called Hermitage Capital. He attracted big investors, including Edmond Safra and Beny Steinmetz, to help start a fund for investing in Russian companies. He moved to Moscow, where his winning streak continued.

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