Sunday, September 5, 2010

Zakaria interviews Browder on Magnitskiy case, about Russian mafia controlling government, even Putin; also, London's radical imam

Today, Sept. 5, Fareed Zakaria interviewed investor William Browder, who was first detained at the Moscow airport and then expelled, but after he had gotten his money out. But through a bizarre chain of events, an ordinary Russian tax lawyer, Sergey Magnitskiy, would be put in prison on charges trumped up by police and prosecutors controlled by the Russian Mafia, just as in the Dragon Girl movies. Magnitskiy died on 16 November 2009 in a Russian prison after horrible deterioration. Visit the site dedicated to him, here.



Fareed also got into a “polyphonic” debate with one of the UK’s most notorious radical imams, Anjem Choudary, who claims that democracy and separation and church and state are contradictory to Islam and Shariah.

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