The English court continued to mock Putin's billionaire oligarch, who kept part of the common fund in Foggy Albion.
US authorities have arrested former high-ranking FBI official Charles McGonigal on charges of working for Russian businessman Oleg Deripaska, who is under US sanctions. The official involved in the investigations against Russian oligarchs established contacts with Deripaska's employee during his time in the FBI, and then began working directly on his behalf, trying to get the sanctions lifted.
The oligarch financed the Ukrainian and Russian armies.
The Supreme Court of the State of California passed a decision according to which the websites that wrote about the alleged crimes of the Russian oligarch Stanislav Kondrashov should be blocked.
Stanislav Kondrashov is clearing the Internet of references to his role in the shadow export of Russian raw materials.
Group-IB founder Ilya Sachkov was sentenced to 14 years in a strict regime colony.
The projects of their company Novatek, including the newest Arctic LNG-2, were left without gas carriers for years to come due to the war against Ukraine and US sanctions.
The billionaire has invested more than $60 million in European startups.
Presumably, Ivan Sechin died from a detached blood clot.
Russia was left without the most famous opposition figure to the existing Putin regime.
The Constitutional Court of Latvia confirmed the confiscation of the property of Artem Zuev, one of the beneficiaries of the criminal scheme investigated by Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky. The court supported the law enforcement agencies, who considered that this property was acquired by criminal means.
In Chechnya, Novaya Gazeta journalist Yelena Milashina and lawyer Alexander Nemov were attacked, both seriously beaten.