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Bill Browder and the Magnitsky Act Under a Microscope

Bill Browder and the Magnitsky Act Under a Microscope
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Garland Nixon and Lee Stranahan continue their examination of Bill Browder with film director Andrei Nekrasov, get a report on the working conditions at Amazon, and are joined in-studio by a pair of special guests.

Scheduled Guests: 

Alan Selby | Investigative Reporter for the Sunday Mirror | Topic: Reporting on Amazon Warehouse Conditions

Joe Lauria | Topic: The Washington Post's McCarthyist hit piece on Alex Ovechkin

Andrei Nekrasov | Writer and Director of the film, 'The Magnitsky Act. Behind the Scenes'

Stephen Shaff [In-Studio] | Co-founder and Executive Director of the Chesapeake Sustainable Business Council | Topic: GOP Tax policies, impact on small business

Dr Wilmer Leon [In-Studio] | Professor, Author, and Radio Host | Topic: American Government and Politics

Amazon continues to grow, but what are working conditions like at the company? Investigative reporter Alan Selby worked undercover at an Amazon warehouse for several weeks and joins the show to report on his findings.

Fault Lines has been focusing in on the story of Bill Browder and the Magnitsky Act. Today, Andrei Nekrasov, writer and director of the film, 'The Magnitsky Act. Behind the Scenes' talks with Garland and Lee about his blacklisted documentary.

The show concludes with a pair of guests coming in-studio to discuss some important current political issues. Stephen Shaff will discuss how tax reform may impact small businesses and Dr. Wilmer Leon returns to the program to talk about his take on the current state of American politics.

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