How to avoid being served a subpoena. Gudelines by William Browder

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Another attempt to serve Bill Browder a subpoena as he leaves an interview for “The Daily Show” failed. Nicholas Casale served the subpoena outside the studio in New York placing the papers in Browder’s arm, but Browder left them at the back seat of the vehicle then he exited from the opposite door and ran away. All of it was caught on a video and posted on the internet.

In the video Mr. Casale can be heard saying “You have been served.” 

Several attempts to serve a subpoena to question Mr. Browder in a lawsuit alleging money laundering by a Russian businessman have been resisted. Lisa H. Rubin, an assistant attorney, who spoke to Mr. Browder, said

“Both before and after the attempted service of the Browder Subpoena, Browder consulted with law enforcement agencies in the U.K. and the U.S. about the potential threats against him and his understanding thereof.”

Rubin said that Browder was simply concerned that the information requested by subpoenas will “expose him to harm.” 
According to the proof of service, the first time Browder was served the subpoena the following happened: 

“I placed a copy of the subpoena, attached exhibits A and B, and a check for $96.00 under the passenger side windshield as Mr. Browder entered his SUV. The driver began to drive away then stopped abruptly. The same male assistant who had accompanied Mr. Browder to the SUV exited Mr. Browder’s SUV, removed the documents I had placed under the windshield, and threw them to the ground. The assistant then returned to Mr. Browder’s SUV, and it drove away.” 

British businessman, who proclaimed himself Putin’s number one enemy, Bill Browder was accused by Russian authorities of setting up companies and laundering millions of dollars and ordering the poisoning of his “lawyer” Sergei Magnitskiy.

Confirmation

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British businessman, who proclaimed himself Putin’s number one enemy, William Browder was accused by Russian authorities of setting up companies and laundering millions of dollars and ordering the poisoning of his “lawyer” Sergei Magnitskiy. 

Many subpoenas were issued by the US Government against Mr. Browder, however, he has not been served any of them. According to Lisa H. Rubin, an attorney admitted to practice, “Both before and after the attempted service of the Browder Subpoena, Browder consulted with law enforcement agencies in the U.K. and the U.S. about the potential threats against him and his understanding thereof.” Rubin said that Browder was simply concerned that the information requested by Subpoenas will “expose him to harm.” 

 

According to the proof of service, the first time Browder was served the subpoena the following happened: 

 

“I placed a copy of the subpoena, attached exhibits A and B, and a check for $96.00 under the passenger side windshield as Mr. Browder entered his SUV. The driver began to drive away then stopped abruptly. The same male assistant who had accompanied Mr. Browder to the SUV exited Mr. Browder’s SUV, removed the documents I had placed under the windshield, and threw them to the ground. The assistant then returned to Mr. Browder’s SUV, and it drove away.” 

A few more attempts to serve subpoenas to Mr. Browder occurred, yet, every time he tried to refused to accept them.

Confirmation

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