Browder-Magnitsky Scandal: Global Awareness Is Rising.

By Jerry Alatalo

Andrei Nekrasov directed possibly the most important documentary film of the 21st century.

fter Russian President Vladimir Putin mentioned Bill Browder by name during his joint press conference in Helsinki, Finland with United States President Donald Trump, interest and awareness related to the controversy surrounding Mr. Browder and Magnitsky Act legislation has grown enormously around the Earth.

One might describe what has been up until now a seemingly impenetrable wall separating the Browder-Magnitsky narrative and Russian government’s narrative – the irresolution of fact and fiction, unresolved for years since passage of U.S. Magnitsky Act laws – starting to crumble and erode, to the point of imminent collapse and overdue identification of the truth.

It is now very difficult to imagine the massive, history-making scandal enduring for much longer, or for any significant length of time. Due to rising awareness and the accompanying concern, shock and outright outrage of those who’ve learned the facts and truth about the Browder-Magnitsky fraud, one might have to travel beyond the boundaries of imagination to come up with a scenario where the deception can possibly become sustained.

The magnitude of the truth behind the Browder-Magnitsky scandal will – once the scandal becomes exposed and the “big boys” calling the shots become identified – shock the human race to a greater extent than if just hearing about your normal, run-of-the-mill, scheming, tax evading billionaire.

This is ultimately the jaw-dropping, universally-relevant story of powerful behind-the-scenes people whose intention was taking control over the assets, resources, economy and monetary systems of the largest landmass nation on Earth: – Russia.

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Men and women interested in watching the hugely important documentary film “The Magnitsky Act: Behind the Scenes” can rent it now on Vimeo.com, through the following link:

Co-hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan of “Fault Lines Radio” are part of a (growing) handful of media organizations and individuals who have been reporting on the Browder-Magnitsky scandal. They talk to director Andrei Nekrasov in the following video, where Mr. Nekrasov strongly emphasizes – “..not because I made the film” – the extremely important nature of the astounding information conveyed.

(Thank you to Fault Lines Radio at YouTube)

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