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1. Dmitry Borisovich Kratov

Chief Physician / Deputy Head – Butyrka Prison

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Kratov, who was the chief physician and deputy head of the Butyrka prison where Magnitsky was detained until shortly before his death on November 16, 2009, was responsible for the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky, among other things because he did not ensure proper medical care to his death.

2. Aleksey Vasilyevich Anichin

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Anichin served as Deputy Minister of the Interior Ministry in Russia and Head of the Investigative Committee in Sergei Magnitsky's ill-treatment during his detention, which contributed significantly to his death on November 16, 2009. Anichin oversaw a "team" of investigators who failed to investigate Magnitsky's complaints about his abuse and to hide evidence of Magnitsky's deteriorating health.

3. Primary name: Oleg F. Silchenko

Investigators in the investigative committee

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Silchenko was an investigator on the Investigative Committee of the Russian Ministry of Interior and was directly involved in the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky during his detention, which contributed significantly to his death on November 16, 2009. Silchenko made six requests to extend Magnitsky's detention (despite his deteriorating health), denied Magnitsky access to his family, and engaged Magnitsky in suppressive questioning and other ill-treatment to pressure him to withdraw his allegations of corruption against Home Office officials .

4. Gennady Vyacheslavovich Karlov

Head of the Department of Property and Financial Crime on the Investigative Committee of the Russian Ministry of Interior

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Karlov, as head of the Department of Property and Financial Crime on the Investigative Committee of the Russian Interior Ministry, was involved in the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky during his detention, which contributed significantly to his death. Karlov was part of a "team" of investigators who did not investigate Magnitsky's complaints about his abuse and approved measures to hide evidence from subordinates directly involved in this behavior.

5. Natalya Vinogradova

Deputy head of the Department of Property and Financial Crime on the Investigative Committee of the Russian Ministry of Interior

Vinogradova was the deputy head of the Property and Financial Crimes Department on the Investigative Committee of the Russian Interior Ministry in the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky, which was instrumental in his death on November 16, 2009. Vinogradova was part of a team of investigators who failed to investigate Magnitsky's complaints about his abuse and to support subordinates directly involved in this behavior.

6. Fikret Tagiyev

Head of the Matrosskaya Tishina Detention Center

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Tagiyev was the head of the Matrosskaya Tishina internment camp where Sergei Magnitsky died on November 16, 2009. He was responsible for the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky during his detention, which contributed significantly to his death, partly because he did not ensure adequate medical treatment. He ordered that Magnitsky be handcuffed and beaten shortly before his death, and refused or failed to provide emergency services with timely access to treatment. Tagiyev was also involved in concealing evidence of the circumstances surrounding Magnitsky's death.

7. Alexandra Viktorovna Gauss

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Gauss was a doctor at the Matrosskaya Tishina internment camp, where Sergei Magnitsky was detained in the last hours of his life on November 16, 2009. She failed to ensure proper medical care that contributed to his death. It also facilitated the abuse of Magnitsky after his transfer to Matrosskaya Tishina, including the beating by a security team.

8. Dmitriy Komnov

Former head of the Butyrka Detention Center

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Lieutenant Colonel Dmitriy Komnov was the head of the Butyrka internment camp in which Sergei Magnitsky was detained between July 25 and November 16, 2009. He was responsible for Magnitsky's ill-treatment in detention, including poor prison conditions and the refusal or lack of adequate medical care, which contributed significantly to his death. Komnov has also been involved in hiding evidence of the abuse, including providing false or misleading information to the Commission on Public Supervision on Human Rights Compliance in Moscow Prisons.

9. Ivan Pavlovitch Prokopenko

Head of the Russian penal system in Matrosskaya Tishina prison

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Prokopenko was head of the Russian Prison Service (FSIN) in the Matrosskaya Tishina Detention Center, where Magnitsky was detained from November 28, 2008 to July 25, 2009. The FSIN is a federal law enforcement agency responsible for monitoring punishments. Prokopenko headed the FSIN service in Matrosskaya Tishina and was responsible for overseeing Magnitsky's judgment. In this role, Prokopenko alleviated Sergei Magnitsky's ill-treatment by transferring him from Matrosskaya Tishina internment camp to Butyrka Prison, ignoring Magnitsky's medical needs that could have been met in Matrosskaya Tishina, and withdrawing important medical care from Magnitsky. This put Magnitsky's life in undue danger and contributed to his death.

10. Larisa Anatolievna Litvinova

Medical officer – Butyrka prison

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Litvinova was the head of the therapy station in Butyrka Prison, where Sergei Magnitsky was detained between July 25 and November 16, 2009. She was involved in the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky because she did not ensure proper medical care for him during this time, which made him suffer considerably and contribute significantly to his death.

11. Alexander Ivanovich Bastrykin

Head of the Investigative Committee of Russia

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Went to the university with Vladimir Putin. Alexander Ivanovich Bastrykin was appointed the first deputy attorney general and head of the Prosecutor's Investigation Committee on June 22, 2007. After becoming an independent body in January 2011, he continued to chair the committee of inquiry. In this role, Bastrykin was responsible for investigating the abuse and death of Sergei Magnitsky in custody, and deliberately or recklessly did not fulfill this responsibility.

12. Boris Borisovich Kibis

Investigators in the Russian Ministry of Interior

Kibis was an investigator in the Russian Ministry of the Interior in 2012, at the time of the posthumous trial against Sergei Magnitsky. In this role, he hid evidence of Magnitsky's mistreatment, which contributed significantly to his death on November 16, 2009 by supporting the actions of his predecessor Oleg Silchenko and the "team" of investigators involved in the behavior.

13. Oleg Logunov

Former Deputy Head of the Investigation Committee of the Russian Ministry of Interior

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban UK rationale: Reason: Oleg Logunov, as deputy head of the Russian Home Office's Investigative Committee, was involved in the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky, which was instrumental in his death on November 16, 2009. Lugunov was part of a "team" of investigators who did not investigate Magnitsky's complaints about his abuse and supported subordinates directly involved in this behavior.

14. Andrei Alexandrowitsch Strizhov

Investigators of the investigation committee until 2017 and then acting investigator in the Moscow investigation committee

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Andrei Alexandrovich Strizhov, acting head of the Investigative Committee in the Russian Ministry of the Interior after the death of Sergei Magnitsky on November 16, 2009, did not properly investigate his ill-treatment in detention, which has contributed significantly to his death and the hidden evidence surrounding this behavior.

15. Elena Anatolievna Trikuyla

Investigators in the Russian committee of inquiry

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Elena Anatolievna Trikulya, an investigator in the Russian Ministry of Interior's investigative committee after the death of Sergei Magnitsky on November 16, 2009, has not properly investigated those responsible for his ill-treatment in custody, which has contributed significantly to his death, and has kept secret evidence this behavior.

16. Victor Yakovlevich grin

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Victor Yakovlevich Grin was the deputy attorney general of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation. In this role, he was responsible for overseeing Sergei Magnitsky's case during his detention and investigating allegations of Magnitsky's ill-treatment and subsequent death on November 16, 2009. He has intentionally or recklessly not performed this responsibility, including by Conclusions suggesting that Home Office investigators had not committed any law violations during Magnitsky's detention to justify not prosecuting those allegedly responsible for his ill-treatment and death.

17. Primary name: Andrey Ivanovich Pechegin

Deputy head of department in the public prosecutor's office

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Andrey Pechegin was the deputy head of the department responsible for overseeing the prosecutor's investigation and investigating complaints about the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky in detention. The evidence suggests that Petschegin has intentionally or recklessly not fulfilled this responsibility by ignoring and rejecting complaints about Magnitsky's abuse.

Andrei Alexandrovich Krechetow

Official in the Tax Crime Department of the Moscow Directorate of the Ministry of Interior

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Andrei Aleksandrovich Krechetov was an officer in the tax crime department of the Moscow Directorate of the Ministry of Interior and was involved in the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky during his detention, which contributed significantly to his death. Krechetov was part of the "team" of investigators, led by Artem Kuznetsov, the deputy head of the tax crime department, who was allegedly involved in the initial fraud discovered by Sergei Magnitsky and falsified evidence to justify his arrest and detention. As part of this investigation team, Andrei Krechetov eased the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky in custody to force Magnitsky to withdraw his previous testimony.

19. Dmitri Tolchinsky

Tax Crime Bureau of the Moscow Directorate of Internal Affairs (Ministry of Interior)

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Dmitri Tolchinskiy was a tax crime officer in the Moscow Directorate of the Ministry of Interior and was involved in the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky during his detention, which contributed significantly to his death. Tolchinskiy was part of the "team" of investigators, led by Artem Kuznetsov, deputy head of the tax crime department, who was allegedly involved in the initial fraud revealed by Sergei Magnitsky and falsified evidence to justify his arrest and detention. As part of this investigation team, Dmitri Tolchinskiy eased the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky in custody to force Magnitsky to withdraw his previous testimony.

20. Aleksei Droganov

Employee of the tax crime department in the Moscow Directorate of the Ministry of Interior

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban UK rationale: Aleksei Droganov was a tax crime officer in the Moscow Directorate of the Home Office and was involved in the detention and ill-treatment of Sergei Magnitsky, which contributed significantly to his death. Droganov was part of the "team" of investigators, led by Artem Kuznetsov, deputy head of the tax crime department, who allegedly participated in the initial fraud revealed by Sergei Magnitsky and falsified evidence to justify his arrest and detention. As part of this investigation team, Aleksei Droganov alleviated the abuse of Sergei Magnitsky during his detention to force Magnitsky to withdraw his previous testimony.

21. Sergei Podoprigorov

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Sergei Podoprigorov was a judge at Moscow's Tverskoy District Court. He made two decisions regarding Sergei Magnitsky: in November 2008 to approve Magnitsky's arrest and in March 2009 to extend his detention. In this capacity, Podoprigorov approved Magnitsky's detention and extended his detention without trial, without challenging the evidence originally provided to justify Magnitsky's detention or investigating other factors relevant to the decision. Podoprigorov therefore facilitated the abuse and death of Magnitsky by authorizing the extension of his detention.

22. Yelena Stashina

Former judge at the Twerskoi District Court

Stashina was a judge at Moscow's Twerskoi District Court in decisions to extend Sergei Magnitsky's detention, particularly on November 12, 2009, four days before his death. In this capacity, Stashina Sergei Magnitsky facilitated the ill-treatment / refusal of medical care, which contributed significantly to his death.

23. Pavel LAPSHOV

Head of the Directorate for Organized Crime and Corruption in the Investigative Committee of the Russian Ministry of Interior

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Lapshov was head of the Investigation Department of the Interior Ministry in December 2011 after the death of Sergei Magnitsky in detention on November 16, 2009. In this capacity, Lapshov was responsible for the investigation into Sergei Magnitsky's ill-treatment and death, and was deliberately responsible for, or recklessly failed to, particularly by not disclosing evidence of the circumstances surrounding his death.

24. Aleksey Krivoruchko

Judge at the Twerskoi District Court

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Krivoruchko was involved as a judge at Moscow's Twerskoi District Court in decisions to extend Sergei Magnitsky's detention, particularly on September 14, 2009, shortly before his death. In this capacity, Krivoruchko facilitated the abuse / refusal of medical care to Sergei Magnitsky, which contributed significantly to his death.

25. Svetlana Ukhnalyova

Judge at Moscow's Twerskoi District Court

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Svetlana Ukhnalyova, as a judge at Moscow's Twerskoi District Court, was involved in decisions to extend Sergei Magnitsky's detention, particularly on June 15, 2009. In this role, Ukhnalyova facilitated the abuse / refusal of Sergei Magnitsky's medical care, which contributed significantly to his Death on November 16, 2009.

26. Fahad Shabib A. Al Balawi

Member of the Royal Guard

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Shabib A. Albalawi was a royal guard in Saudi Arabia. He was directly involved in the illegal killing of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, as part of the 15-person team that was sent to Turkey by the Saudi authorities.

27. Primary name: Thaar Ghaleb T. Alharbi

lieutenant

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Thaar Ghaleb T. Alharbi held the rank of lieutenant, although it is not clear in which part of the Saudi armed forces this was and its official role is not clear. He was present at the illegal assassination of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, and played an active role in the 15-person team sent to Turkey by the Saudi authorities.

28. Mansour Othman M Abahussain

Major General, Intelligence Officer. Worked in the Crown Prince's office.

Sanctions imposed: freezing of assets and travel ban UK rationale: Mansour Othman M Abahussain was major general and worked in the Crown Prince's office. He was involved in the illegal murder of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, as part of the 15-person team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities. He was involved in concealing evidence at the Saudi Consulate General's residence after the murder.

29 Naif Hassan S. Alarifi

The first lieutenant, External Intelligence, worked in the Crown Prince's office.

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Naif Hassan S Alarifi was the senior lieutenant for external intelligence and worked in the crown prince's office in Saudi Arabia. He was involved in the illegal murder of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, as part of the 15-person team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities. In particular, he was involved in the concealment of evidence in the residence of the Saudi Consul General after the murder.

Abdulaziz Mohammed Al Hawsawi

Former security officer of the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Abdulaziz Mohammed Al Hawsawi was a security officer for the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. He was involved in the illegal murder of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, as part of the 15-person team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities. He was involved in concealing evidence at the Saudi Consulate General's residence after the murder.

31. Mustafa Mohammed Al Madani

Brigadier General, Intelligence Officer in the Royal Palace

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Mustafa Mohammed Al Madani was a brigadier general and intelligence officer in Saudi Arabia. He was present at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul during the illegal killing of Jamal Khashoggi on October 2, 2018, and played an active role in the 15-person team sent to Turkey by the Saudi authorities, including by covering up evidence in the Relation to the killing.

32 Waleed Abdullah M. Al Sehri

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Waleed Abdullah M. Alsehri held the positions of the Royal Guard and Major in Saudi Arabia. He was directly involved in the illegal killing of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, as part of the 15-person team that was sent to Turkey by the Saudi authorities.

33. Salah Muhammed Tubaigy

Head of Forensics – Ministry of the Interior.

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Dr. Salah Muhammed Tubaigy was a forensic scientist at the Interior Ministry in Saudi Arabia and a professor at the Department of Criminal Evidence at Naif Arab University. He was involved in the illegal assassination of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018 as part of the 15-person team sent to Turkey by the Saudi authorities. Dr. Tubaigy was present at the time of Jamal Khashoggi's death and played a direct role in Jamal Khashoggi's murder and in obscuring evidence of his death.

34. Turki Muserref M. Al Sehri

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Turki Muserref M. Alsehri was an intelligence officer in Saudi Arabia. He was involved in the illegal assassination of Jamal Khashoggi on October 2, 2018, as part of the 15-member team that was sent to Istanbul, Turkey by Saudi authorities.

35. Khalid Aedh G. Al Otaibi

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Khalid Aedh G Alotaibi was a royal guard in Saudi Arabia. He was involved in the illegal murder of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, as part of the 15-person team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities. He was involved in concealing evidence at the Saudi Consulate General's residence after the murder.

36. Meshal Saad Al Bostani

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Meshal Saad Al Bostani was the first lieutenant in the Saudi Air Force. He was involved in the illegal murder of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, as part of the 15-person team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities. He was involved in concealing evidence at the Saudi Consulate General's residence after the murder.

37. Mohammad Al Otaibi

Consul General in the Consulate of Saudi Arabia, Istanbul

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Mohammad Al-Otaibi was the Saudi Consul General in Istanbul. He has been involved in the illegal killing of Jamal Khashoggi, in particular in facilitating the killing and concealing evidence.

38. Saif Saad Q. Al Qahtani

Saudi Air Force training officer

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Saif Saad Q. Alqahtani was a Saudi Air Force training officer who worked in the Crown Prince's office in Saudi Arabia. He was at the consulate during the illegal assassination of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, and played an active role in the 15-person team sent to Saudi Arabia by, among other things, concealing evidence related to the murder.

39 Ahmed Abdullah Al Muzaini

Military attache

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Ahmad Abdullah Al Muzaini was a military attaché at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. He was a senior official who facilitated the illegal killing of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on October 2, 2018.

40. Primary name: Badr Lafi M Al Otaibi

Major, External Intelligence

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Badr Lafi M Al Otaibi held the rank of major and was involved in external intelligence in Saudi Arabia. He was part of the 15-person team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities and was present at the illegal assassination of Jamal Khashoggi on October 2, 2018, at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.

41. Mohammad Saad H. Al Zahrani

Intelligence officer

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Mohammad Saad H. Alzahrani was an intelligence officer in Saudi Arabia. He was present at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul during the illegal killing of Jamal Khashoggi on October 2, 2018, and played an active role in the 15-person team sent to Turkey by the Saudi authorities, including by covering up evidence in the Relation to the killing.

42. Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb

Intelligence officer

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Allocated to the Saudi Embassy in London in 2007. Worked with Saud Alqahtani, the Crown Prince's advisor. Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb was an intelligence officer in Saudi Arabia. He was directly involved in the illegal killing of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, as part of the 15-person team that was sent to Turkey by the Saudi authorities.

43. Ahmad Hassan Mohammed Al Asiri

Deputy head of Saudi intelligence

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Ahmad Hassan Mohammed Al Asiri was the deputy head of the Saudi General Intelligence Presidency (GIP) in Saudi Arabia. He was involved in the illegal murder of Jamal Khashoggi. He was a senior official who was involved in the commissioning of the 15-man team that was sent to Turkey to kill Jamal Khashoggi.

44.Saud Abdullah Al Qahtani

Former advisor to Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, royal advisor

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and UK travel ban

Saud Al Qahtani was an adviser to the Crown Prince at the royal court. He was involved in the illegal killing of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on October 2, 2018. He was a high-ranking official who planned and directed the killing with a team of 15.

45. Primary name: Mufleh Al Musleh

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Mufleh Al Musleh was an employee of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. He was involved in the illegal assassination of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, by supporting the 15-man team deployed to Turkey by Saudi authorities.

46 Min Aung Lang

Commander in Chief of the Myanmar Armed Forces (Tatmadaw)

e Sanctions imposed: freezing of assets and travel ban

Maj. Gen. Min Aung Hlaing is commander in chief of the Myanmar Armed Forces (Tatmadaw). In this role, he was responsible for military operations carried out in Rakhine State in 2017 and 2019, and is responsible for atrocities and serious human rights violations committed by Tatmadaw against the Rohingya people in Rakhine State. These include unlawful killings, including the systematic burning of houses and buildings in Rohingya, massacres, torture, forced labor, systematic rape and other forms of targeted sexual violence and forced labor.

47. Soe Win

Myanmar Armed Forces Second Commander (Tatmadaw)

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze and travel ban

Deputy Colonel-General Soe Win, as deputy commander-in-chief of the Myanmar Armed Forces (Tatmadaw) and commander-in-chief of the Myanmar Army, was responsible for the Tatmadaw troops who had committed serious human rights violations against the Rohingya population in Rakhine State in 2017 and 2019, including unlawful killings , Torture, forced labor, systematic rape and other forms of targeted sexual violence. As deputy commander in chief of the Tatmadaw and commander in chief of the army, Soe Win is also responsible for the serious human rights violations committed by the Tatmadaw in connection with its business interests in the raw materials industry in Myanmar. Soe Win was also involved in funding the Tatmadaw military operations in Rakhine State, where these violations occurred, knowing that this funding would help to commit the violations.

48th Office of the Ministry of State Security (MSS)

Sanctions imposed: asset freeze

No information about the head of MSS office 7 is available. The Minister of State Security, who we understand to have been Jong Kyong Thaek since 2017 (although DPRK sources have not confirmed that he still holds this position) is believed to be responsible for MSS Bureau 7. UK rationale: As the body responsible for running DPRK political prison camps, MSS Office 7 is involved in the widespread serious human rights violations committed by camp guards and other DPRK officials against prisoners in these camps. These violations include murder, torture and enslavement.

49.Justice of the Ministry of Public Security (MPS) a.k.a .: MPS Prison Bureau, MPS Correctional Management Bureau

No details are available on the head of the MPS Correctional Bureau. It is believed that the Minister of Public Security, who we understand has been Kim Jong Ho since December 2019 (although DPRK sources have not confirmed that he still holds this position), is responsible for the MPS Correctional Bureau

As the agency responsible for the management of prison camps in the DPRK, the Correctional Office of the Ministry of Public Security is involved in the murder, torture and submission of forced laborers in these camps.

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