28.01.2013

Magnitsky List. Individuals involved death of Sergei Magnitsky

Magnitsky List.
Individuals involved in the tax fraud against Hermitage and the torture and death of Sergei Magnitsky
Alexei Anichin
Head, Investigative Committee  of   Interior   Ministry . 
Dec 1,1949
Sevastopol, Ukraine
Authorized a repressive cr minal case against 37- year old  anti-corruption lawyer Sergei Magnitsky on fabricated grounds. Denied all the legal petitions he received from Magnitsky during the 12-months of detention without trial. Denied  Magnitsky’s petition to exclude the Interior  Ministry officers against whom he had testified,  and whom he had implicated in the $230 million  fraud and the expropriation of his client’s companies, from the investigative team for the  case against him.

Oleg Logunov
Deputy Head, Investigative Committee of Interior Ministry
Feb 4, 1962
Irkutsk region,Russia
Personally oversaw the repressive criminal case against    Sergei Magnitsky. Authorized the Interior Ministry officers, implicated by Sergei Magnitsky in the $230 million fraud, to arrest him (one  month after his testimony) and to act as investigators in the case against him. Authorized his detention for 12 months without trial. Authorized that the pre-trial period in his case should be extended to three years compared to the standard 2-months period which is prescribed by law.

Oleg Silchenko
Senior Investigator, Investigative Committee of Interior Ministry
Jun 25, 1977
Samarkand, Uzbekistan
Lead investigator in the fabricated criminal case against Sergei Magnitsky, which was opened in retaliation for Magnitskys testimony against Interior Ministry officers Kuznetsov and Karpov, who were involved in the $230 million fraud. Investigator Silchenko arranged for the arrest of Sergei Magnitsky and his torture in  custody in an aft empt to compel Magnitsky to withdraw his testimony and force him to falsely incriminate himself and his client (Hermiitage). He was knowingly in charge of leading the persecution  of an innocent man and his unlawftil detention. He was responsible  for the falsification of materials in the case file as documented in  complaints filed with the court. During the 12-months Magnitsky  was in pre-trial detention, Investigator Silchenko personally denied Magnitsky necessary medical care and treatment, visits with his  family, and any legal remedy against the gross legal abuses. Investigator Silchenko was personally responsible for implementing escalating physical and psychological pressure and creating the torturous conditions (numerous night-time transfers between cells, deprivation of sleep, food, drink, hot water, etc.) that led to Sergei Magnitsky’s illness and death in custody. In addition, he took over the case of investigating the stolen $230 million exposed by Sergei Magnitsky, and covered up Kuznetsov’s and Karpovs participation in that theft. He was responsible for pinning sole blame for the $230 million fraud, the largest known tax rebate fraud in Russian history, on a “sawmill employee”, and the coinplicit officials were recognized as "victims"

Alexander Matveev
Deputy Head, Investigative Committee of Interior Ministry
May 21, 1956
Republic of Chuvashiya, Russia
Authorized the continuation of the fabricated case against Sergei Magnitsky and other ermitage lawyers and executives even after Sergei Magnitskys death, and is continuing to oversee it today.

Gennady Karlov
 Deputy Head of  Division, Head of Department of Ownership and Financial crimes.
1966
Iosh-Karala, Russia
Supervisor of Investigator Silchenko who denied a number of petitions by Sergei Magnitsky authorising the continuation of his repressive persecution and the participation of the Interior Ministry officers Magnitsky had testified against  in the investigative team in the case against Magnitsky.


Natalya Vinogradova
Deputy Head of  Department of Ownership and Financial crimes
Jun 16, 1973
Michurinsk, Russia
Supervisor of Investigator Silchenko who denied a number of petitions by Sergei Magnitsky about the fabrication of case materials. Coordinated the  persecution of Magnitsky by the Interior Ministry Investigative in liaison with officers from the Russian Federal Committee of Security Service (FSB, a successor to KGB), Interior Ministry according to an investigative report published by The New Times (see in Russian: http://newtimes.rularticles/detailll 1454).

7.Aleksandr Ryabinin, SC Interior Ministry investigator
 8.Sergey Oleinik, SC Interior Ministry investigator
 9.A.A. Malygin investigator SK Interior
 10.M.O. Sapunova investigator SK Interior
 11.E. V. Mikhailov, SK Interior Ministry investigator
 12.R. A. Gritsai investigator SK Interior
 13.I.A. Varganov investigator Insurance Interior
 14.N.I. Dmitrieva, SK MIA investigator
 15.ARTEM Kuznetsov, a member of the Anti-Tax Crimes (Deputy Head of Division 6), now the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Moscow police DEB
 16.Aleksey DROGANOV, a member of the Anti-Tax Crimes (subject to Kuznetsova), the Moscow police
 17.Dmitry TOLMITSKY, a member of the Anti-Tax Crimes (Officer of the 6th Division), the Moscow police
 18.A.A. Krechetov, an employee of the Office of the fight against tax crimes (Officer of the 6th Division), the Moscow police
 19.Aleksandr Klevtsov, an employee of the Office of the fight against tax crimes (head of the 6th Division), the Moscow police
 20.Anatoly Mikhailin, Head of Tax Crimes (dismissed), the Moscow police
 21.Pavel Karpov, an investigator of the Investigative Department of the Moscow police
 22.Ivan GLUKHOV, Chief of Investigation Department of the Moscow police
 23.Nikolay awakened, the investigator Insurance Interior
 24.Oleg Urzhumtsev investigator Investigation Department of the UPC in the Republic of Tatarstan
 25.Aleksandr Kuvaldin, an employee of the Department of Economic Security (”K”), the FSB
 26.Viktor VORONIN, Head, Department of Economic Security (”K”), the FSB
 27.Stanislav GORDEEVSKY, the prosecutor of the Moscow Prosecutor’s Office
 28.Natalya Yakimovich, prosecutor, deputy chief of the Moscow Prosecutor’s Office of the CAO
 29.Sergey Lazutkin, prosecutor, head of the Moscow Prosecutor’s Office of the CAO
 30.Arkady MAZHAEV, head of the procedural control in the sphere of combating corruption ICPO
 31.Aleksandr Burov, Attorney General Prosecutor’s Office
 32.Andrey PECHEGIN, head of the Prosecutor General’s Office
 33.Viktor GRIN, Deputy Attorney General
 34.Elena Khimin, Head of Tax Inspection 25
 35.Sergey pearl, deputy head of tax office 25 Moscow FTS
 36.Raisa Burmistrova, head of tax debts (Inspection 25) FNS Moscow
 37.Aleksandra Kuznetsova, Head of Inspection (25) FNS Moscow
 38.Yuliya Koltunova, head of tax audits (inspections 25) FNS Moscow
 39.Olga Stepanova, the chief fiscal Inspection (28) FNS Moscow
 40.Olga CUM, head of tax audits (inspections 28) FNS Moscow
 41.Svetlana Dubrovskaya, head of tax audits (inspections 28) FNS Moscow
 42.Olga Davydova, head of tax debts (Inspection 28) FNS Moscow
ekaterina Frolova
 44.Olesya Shargorodskaya
 45.Maksim Tretyakov
 46.Ivan Prokopenko
 47.Dmitriy Komnov
 48.Dmitriy Kratov
 49.Larisa Litvinova
 50.Sergei Podoprigorov
 51.Aleksey Krivoruchko
 52.Svetlana Ukhnalyova
 53.Yelena Stashina
 54.Galina Filippova
 55.Tatyana Korneyeva
 56.Rufina Gazizova
 57.Andrey Yushkov
 58.Yelena Kim
 59.Ildar Salimzyanov
 60.Margarita Zinurova