INTERPOL on Russia's William Browder Request: No change

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As was discussed here last Thursday, Russian officials publicly reported that INTERPOL was considering Russia's third request to provide assistance in locating and apprehending William Browder.  

INTERPOL has twice rejected Russia's requests based on the political nature of the case, and it now appears that the third time will not be a charm for Russian authorities.

INTERPOL's press office responded to Red Notice Law Journal's inquiry on this subject, stating that

The situation with regards to Mr Browder remains unchanged. As per the previous decisions by both the CCF and the INTERPOL General Secretariat, no information about Mr Browder is contained in INTERPOL’s databases.

Topics:  INTERPOL, Red Notices, Russia

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