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Andrey Nekrasov’s Banned Documentary on the Magnitsky and Browder Affair Can Now Be Viewed Online

Andrey Nekrasov wrote and directed (also written and produced by Torstein Grude) “The Magnitsky Act: Behind the Scenes,” which can now be found in various places at various time online in English.

After viewing it in full, I can personally see zero justification for it being banned and suppressed in the West other than hiding criminal acts and dishonest political agendas. It also reveals — as if we didn’t know already — how human rights are being gamed. Bill Browder — who illustrates the ultimate in chutzpah and who plays on the public’s gullibility — has to be seen in this documentary to be believed. We would highly recommend viewing it.

Our related post on the topic: “Putin’s People Would Like to Have a ‘Word’ with William Browder, and Here’s Why

Can be viewed on Real Video

Update: can now be viewed on Vimeo     – another update: this video is now removed

And also on bitchute   Update: film removed as bitchute is getting into the suppression game.

On 7/31/18, it was available from here as an embed (see below). If you snooze, you’ll lose.

For more on William Browder’s role in the building of hostilities between Russia and the U.S., the book “The Killing of William Browder” by Alex Krainer is insightful and readable.

The following is a passage from the book:

Bill Browder, the false crusader for justice and human rights and the self-styled No. 1 enemy of Vladimir Putin has perpetrated a brazen and dangerous deception upon the Western world. This book traces the anatomy of this deception, unmasking the powerful forces that are pushing the Western world toward war with Russia.

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