London play honours lawyer who exposed Russian fraud

Evening Standard

A play about the last moments of an anti-corruption lawyer who challenged Moscow will be performed for the first time outside Russia.

One Hour Eighteen details the killing of Sergei Magnitsky, who challenged the authorities over a £140 million racket. The father of two was working for investment fund Hermitage Capital when he uncovered the biggest tax fraud in Russian history and pointed the finger at senior officials, police and politicians. But he was accused of fraud himself, imprisoned without trial and tortured. In 2009, a group of men beat him to death in his cell.

The sold-out play, by Russian Elena Gremina, is being performed at Amnesty International’s Human Rights Action Centre in Shoreditch tomorrow night as part of a worldwide day of events to mark the anniversary of the 37-year-old’s death. Others are taking place in Washington and Berlin. hairy women займ на карту срочно без отказа https://zp-pdl.com/best-payday-loans.php https://zp-pdl.com/best-payday-loans.php срочный займ на карту

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