Bill Browder, a British banker-turned-human-rights activist, said the United States revoked his visa after Russian prosecutors issued another international arrest warrant for him through Interpol, Business Insider reported on Monday. Russian officials have accused Browder of several crimes over the past decade and had unsuccessfully tried to have him placed on the Interpol list in four prior attempts. In 2012 Browder, who gave up his American citizen in 1998, spearheaded the Magnitsky Act, a U.S. law intended to punish Russian officials believed believed responsible for the death of Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky. Browder also testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee in July regarding alleged collusion between Russian officials and the Trump campaign.
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