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Here Are The 18 Names On The Controversial ‘Blacklist’ That Could Derail US-Russia Relations

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Adam Taylor    Apr. 12, 2013,  1:44 PM

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The U.S. Treasury has announced  the names of 18 Russian citizens who will have sanctions imposed on them  under the Magnitsky Act.

According to the wording of the act, the people listed are “persons  responsible for the detention, abuse, or death of Sergei Magnitsky, for the  conspiracy to defraud the Russian Federation of taxes on corporate profits  through fraudulent transactions and lawsuits against Hermitage, and for other  gross violations of human rights in the Russian Federation, and for other  purposes.”

Magnitsky was a Moscow-based lawyer for investment fund, Hermitage Capital,  who became notorious after allegedly  uncovering massive tax fraud. He died under suspicious circumstances while  serving jail time in 2009.

Those on the list will face visa bans and have assets frozen under the law.  The list has been widely referred to as a “blacklist”.

Vladimir  Putin‘s Russian government had repeatedly warned that the list would  damage relations. There has even been talk of a blacklist of US officials  with links  to Guantanamo Bay in response.

However, the list is far shorter than the Kremlin may have feared, and does  not include some of the big names that had reportedly been targeted. There had  been speculation that Chechen leader Ramzan Kadyrov would be on the list, but  his name does not appear, and no-one close to Putin was named.

Josh Rogin at Foreign Policy points  out that 16 of the names relate directly to the Magnitsky case. Two of the  names — Letscha Bogatirov and Kazbek Dukuzov — are Chechen police officers who  have been linked to human rights abuses.

The names are as follows:

  • BOGATIROV, Letscha (a.k.a. BOGATYREV, Lecha; a.k.a. BOGATYRYOV, Lecha); DOB  14 Mar 1975; POB Atschkoi, Chechen Republic, Russia (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • DROGANOV, Aleksey O.; DOB 11 Oct 1975; POB Lesnoi Settlement, Pushkin Area,  Moscow Region, Russia (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • DUKUZOV, Kazbek; DOB 1974; POB Urus-Martan District, Chechen Republic,  Russia (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • KARPOV, Pavel; DOB 27 Aug 1977; POB Moscow, Russia (individual)  [MAGNIT].
  • KHIMINA, Yelena; DOB 11 Sep 1953; POB Moscow, Russia (individual)  [MAGNIT].
  • KOMNOV, Dmitriy; DOB 17 May 1977; POB Kashira Region, Moscow, Russia  (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • KRIVORUCHKO, Aleksey (a.k.a. KRIVORUCHKO, Alex; a.k.a. KRIVORUCHKO, Alexei);  DOB 25 Aug 1977; POB Moscow Region, Russia (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • KUZNETSOV, Artem (a.k.a. KUZNETSOV, Artyom); DOB 28 Feb 1975; POB Baku,  Azerbaijan (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • LOGUNOV, Oleg; DOB 04 Feb 1962; POB Irkutsk Region, Russia (individual)  [MAGNIT].
  • PECHEGIN, Andrey I.; DOB 24 Sep 1965; POB Moscow Region, Russia (individual)  [MAGNIT].
  • PODOPRIGOROV, Sergei G.; DOB 08 Jan 1974; POB Moscow, Russia (individual)  [MAGNIT].
  • PROKOPENKO, Ivan Pavlovitch; DOB 28 Sep 1973; POB Vinnitsa, Ukraine  (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • SILCHENKO, Oleg F.; DOB 25 Jun 1977; POB Samarkand, Uzbekistan (individual)  [MAGNIT].
  • STASHINA, Yelena (a.k.a. STASHINA, Elena; a.k.a. STASHINA, Helen); DOB 05  Nov 1963; POB Tomsk, Russia (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • STEPANOVA, Olga G.; DOB 29 Jul 1962; POB Moscow, Russia (individual)  [MAGNIT].
  • TOLCHINSKIY, Dmitri M. (a.k.a. TOLCHINSKY, Dmitry); DOB 11 May 1982; POB  Moscow, Russia (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • UKHNALYOVA, Svetlana (a.k.a. UKHNALEV, Svetlana; a.k.a. UKHNALEVA, Svetlana  V.); DOB 14 Mar 1973; POB Moscow, Russia (individual) [MAGNIT].
  • VINOGRADOVA, Natalya V.; DOB 16 Jun 1973; POB Michurinsk, Russia  (individual) [MAGNIT].

Read more:  http://www.businessinsider.com/magnitsky-list-revealed-2013-4#ixzz2QvH9Erfb

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