Defender Brynjulf Risnes is now reporting both Kripos and the State Attorney to the Special Unit for Police Affairs. Genocide accused Eugene Nkuranyabahizi is probably innocent. The process against him is very similar to the Monika case, says former Kripos investigator Håvard Aksnes.
Ny Tid has reviewed official Russian investigations, autopsy reports and police interrogations and checked the facts against the message in The Magnitsky Act. The allegations in the film are in direct contrast to the Russian authorities' own findings.
Norwegian Piraya Film says that they have been subjected to both hacking and smear campaigns to stop The Magnitsky Act. Director Nekrasov maintains that Magnitsky was not a whistleblower, and that Russian police officers have nothing to do with embezzlement of 1,8 billion kroner. [CASE EXPANDED 19.2]
Norway will now extradite genocide accused Eugene Nkuranyabahizi to Rwanda, where he risks life imprisonment. Ny Tid can document that witness after witness speaks untruth, yet they are believed by both Kripos and the Norwegian judiciary.
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