Judge Won't Delay Prevezon Trial Over Russia-Bashing Press

By Jack Newsham (April 20, 2017, 5:08 PM EDT) -- A New York federal judge will not delay next month's trial in a dispute over proceeds of a $230 million Russian tax fraud that were allegedly laundered using Manhattan real estate, rejecting arguments that media statements by government witness Bill Browder would bias the jury.

The federal government says Prevezon Holdings Ltd. served as a conduit for a sliver of the proceeds from a plot to illegally take control of companies run by Browder's Russian investment business and steal the taxes they paid to Russia's treasury. The scheme allegedly resulted in the in-custody death of Sergei Magnitsky, a member of Browder's...

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