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US Department of TreasuryUnited States Sanctions Human Rights Abusers and Corrupt Actors Across the Globe

Source US Department of Treasury .gov website

DECEMBER 21, 2017

New Executive Order Implements Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act,
Provides for Treasury Sanctions Against Malign Actors Worldwide

Washington – Today, the Trump Administration launched a new sanctions regime targeting human rights abusers and corrupt actors around the world.  Building on the Global Magnitsky Human Rights Accountability Act passed by Congress last year, President Donald J. Trump signed an Executive Order (Order) today declaring a national emergency with respect to serious human rights abuse and corruption around the world and providing for the imposition of sanctions on actors engaged in these malign activities.  In an Annex to the Order, the President imposed sanctions on 13 serious human rights abusers and corrupt actors.  In addition, the Treasury Department’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC), acting on behalf of the Secretary of the Treasury, in consultation with the Secretary of State and the Attorney General, imposed sanctions on an additional 39 affiliated individuals and entities under the newly-issued Order.

“Today, the United States is taking a strong stand against human rights abuse and corruption globally by shutting these bad actors out of the U.S. financial system.  Treasury is freezing their assets and publicly denouncing the egregious acts they’ve committed, sending a message that there is a steep price to pay for their misdeeds,” said Secretary of the Treasury Steven T. Mnuchin.  “At the direction of President Trump, Treasury and our interagency partners will continue to take decisive and impactful actions to hold accountable those who abuse human rights, perpetrate corruption, and undermine American ideals.”

As a result of today’s actions, all of the assets within U.S. jurisdiction of the individuals and entities included in the Annex to the Order or designated by OFAC are blocked, and U.S. persons are generally prohibited from engaging in transactions with them.  Further details on these designations are included below.

Yahya Jammeh

Yahya Jammeh (Jammeh), the former President of The Gambia who came to power in 1994 and stepped down in 2017, has a long history of engaging in serious human rights abuses and corruption.  Jammeh created a terror and assassination squad called the Junglers that answered directly to him.  Jammeh used the Junglers to threaten, terrorize, interrogate, and kill individuals whom Jammeh assessed to be threats.  During Jammeh’s tenure, he ordered the Junglers to kill a local religious leader, journalists, members of the political opposition, and former members of the government, among others.  Jammeh used the Gambia’s National Intelligence Agency (NIA) as a repressive tool of the regime – torturing political opponents and journalists. Throughout his presidency, Jammeh routinely ordered the abuse and murder of those he suspected of undermining his authority.

During his tenure, Jammeh used a number of corrupt schemes to plunder The Gambia’s state coffers or otherwise siphon off state funds for his personal gain.  Ongoing investigations continue to reveal Jammeh’s large-scale theft from state coffers prior to his departure.  According to The Gambia’s Justice Ministry, Jammeh personally, or through others acting under his instructions, directed the unlawful withdrawal of at least $50 million of state funds.  The Gambian Government has since taken action to freeze Jammeh’s assets within The Gambia.

In a related action, OFAC designated Africada Airways, Kanilai Group International, Kanilai Worni Family Farms Ltd, Royal Africa Capital Holding Ltd, Africada Financial Service & Bureau de Change Ltd, Africada Micro-Finance Ltd, Africada Insurance Company, Kora Media Corporation Ltd, Atlantic Pelican Company Ltd, Palm Grove Africa Dev’t Corp. Ltd, Patriot Insurance Brokers Co. Ltd, and Royal Africa Securities Brokerage Co Ltd.

Roberto Jose Rivas Reyes

As President of Nicaragua’s Supreme Electoral Council, drawing a reported government salary of $60,000 per year, Roberto Jose Rivas Reyes (Rivas) has been accused in the press of amassing sizeable personal wealth, including multiple properties, private jets, luxury vehicles, and a yacht.  Rivas has been described by a Nicaraguan Comptroller General as “above the law,” with investigations into his corruption having been blocked by Nicaraguan government officials. He has also perpetrated electoral fraud undermining Nicaragua’s electoral institutions.

Dan Gertler

Dan Gertler (Gertler) is an international businessman and billionaire who has amassed his fortune through hundreds of millions of dollars’ worth of opaque and corrupt mining and oil deals in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC).  Gertler has used his close friendship with DRC President Joseph Kabila to act as a middleman for mining asset sales in the DRC, requiring some multinational companies to go through Gertler to do business with the Congolese state.  As a result, between 2010 and 2012 alone, the DRC reportedly lost over $1.36 billion in revenues from the underpricing of mining assets that were sold to offshore companies linked to Gertler.  The failure of the DRC to publish the full details of one of the sales prompted the International Monetary Fund to halt loans to the DRC totaling $225 million.  In 2013, Gertler sold to the DRC government for $150 million the rights to an oil block that Gertler purchased from the government for just $500,000, a loss of $149.5 million in potential revenue.  Gertler has acted for or on behalf of Kabila, helping Kabila organize offshore leasing companies.

In a related action, OFAC designated Pieter Albert Deboutte, Fleurette Properties Limited, Fleurette Holdings Netherlands B.V., Gertler Family Foundation, Oil of DR Congo SPRL, Jarvis Congo SARL, International Diamond Industries, D.G.D. Investments Ltd., D.G.I. Israel Ltd, Proglan Capital Ltd, Emaxon Finance International Inc., Africa Horizons Investment Limited, Caprikat Limited, Foxwhelp Limited, Caprikat and Foxwhelp SARL, Lora Enterprises Limited, Zuppa Holdings Limited, Orama Properties Ltd, DGI Mining Ltd, and Rozaro Development Limited.

Slobodan Tesic

Slobodan Tesic (Tesic) is among the biggest dealers of arms and munitions in the Balkans; he spent nearly a decade on the United Nations (UN) Travel Ban List for violating UN sanctions against arms exports to Liberia.  In order to secure arms contracts with various countries, Tesic would directly or indirectly provide bribes and financial assistance to officials.  Tesic also took potential clients on high-value vacations, paid for their children’s education at western schools or universities, and used large bribes to secure contracts.  Tesic owns or controls two Serbian companies, Partizan Tech and Technoglobal Systems DOO Beograd, and two Cyprus-based companies, Grawit Limited and Charso Limited.  Tesic negotiates the sale of weapons via Charso Limited and used Grawit Limited as a mechanism to fund politicians.

In a related action, OFAC designated Preduzece Za Trgovinu Na Veliko I Malo Partizan Tech DOO Beograd-Savski Venac (“Partizan Tech”), Charso Limited, Grawit Limited, and Technoglobal Systems DOO Beograd.

Maung Maung Soe

In his former role as chief of the Burmese Army’s Western command, Maung Maung Soe oversaw the military operation in Burma’s Rakhine State responsible for widespread human rights abuse against Rohingya civilians in response to attacks by the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army.  The Secretary of State determined on November 22 that the situation in northern Rakhine state in Burma constituted ethnic cleansing.  The United States Government examined credible evidence of Maung Maung Soe’s activities, including allegations against Burmese security forces of extrajudicial killings, sexual violence, and arbitrary arrest as well as the widespread burning of villages.  Security operations have led to hundreds of thousands of Rohingya refugees fleeing across Burma’s border with Bangladesh.  In August 2017, witnesses reportedly described mass killings and arson attacks by the Burmese Army and Burmese Border Guard Police, both then under Maung Maung Soe’s command in northern Rakhine State.  In August 2017, soldiers described as being from the Western Command allegedly entered a village and reportedly separated the inhabitants by gender.  According to witnesses, soldiers opened fire on the men and older boys and committed multiple acts of rape.  Many of the women and younger children were reportedly also shot.  Other witnesses described soldiers setting huts on fire with villagers inside.

Benjamin Bol Mel

Benjamin Bol Mel (Bol Mel) is the President of ABMC Thai-South Sudan Construction Company Limited (ABMC), and has served as the Chairman of the South Sudan Chamber of Commerce, Industry, and Agriculture.  Bol Mel has also served as South Sudanese President Salva Kiir’s principal financial advisor, has been Kiir’s private secretary, and was perceived within the government as being close to Kiir and the local business community.  Several officials were linked to ABMC in spite of a constitutional prohibition on top government officials transacting commercial business or earning income from outside the government.

Bol Mel oversees ABMC, which has been awarded contracts worth tens of millions of dollars by the Government of South Sudan.  ABMC allegedly received preferential treatment from high-level officials, and the Government of South Sudan did not hold a competitive process for selecting ABMC to do roadwork on several roads in Juba and throughout South Sudan.  Although this roadwork had been completed only a few years before, the government budgeted tens of millions of dollars more for maintenance of the same roads.

In a related action, OFAC designated ABMC Thai-South Sudan Construction Company Limited and Home and Away LTD.

Mukhtar Hamid Shah

Shah is a Pakistani surgeon specializing in kidney transplants who Pakistani police believe to be involved in kidnapping, wrongful confinement, and the removal of and trafficking in human organs.  As an owner of the Kidney Centre in Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Shah was involved in the kidnapping and detention of, and removal of kidneys from, Pakistani laborers.  Shah was arrested by Pakistani authorities in connection with an October 2016 incident in which 24 individuals from Punjab were found to be held against their will.  Impoverished and illiterate Pakistanis from the countryside were reportedly lured to Rawalpindi with the promise of a job, and imprisoned for weeks.  Doctors from the Kidney Centre were allegedly planning to steal their kidneys in order to sell them for a large profit.  Police state that one of the accused arrested in connection with the events estimated that more than 400 people were imprisoned in the apartment at various times.

Gulnara Karimova

Gulnara Karimova (Karimova), daughter of former Uzbekistan leader Islam Karimov, headed a powerful organized crime syndicate that leveraged state actors to expropriate businesses, monopolize markets, solicit bribes, and administer extortion rackets.  In July 2017, the Uzbek Prosecutor General’s Office charged Karimova with directly abetting the criminal activities of an organized crime group whose assets were worth over $1.3 billion.  Karimova was also charged with hiding foreign currency through various means, including the receipt of payoffs in the accounts of offshore companies controlled by an organized criminal group, the illegal sale of radio frequencies and land parcels, siphoning off state funds through fraudulent dividend payments and stock sales, the illegal removal of cash, the non-collection of currency earnings, and the import of goods at inflated prices.  Karimova was also found guilty of embezzlement of state funds, theft, tax evasion, and concealment of documents.  Karimova laundered the proceeds of corruption back to her own accounts through a complex network of subsidiary companies and segregated portfolio funds.  Karimova’s targeting of successful businesses to maximize her gains and enrich herself in some cases destroyed Uzbek competitors.  Due in part to Karimova’s corrupt activities in the telecom sector alone, Uzbeks paid some of the highest rates in the world for cellular service.

Angel Rondon Rijo

Angel Rondon Rijo (Rondon) is a politically connected businessman and lobbyist in the Dominican Republic who funneled money from Odebrecht, a Brazilian construction company, to Dominican officials, who in turn awarded Odebrecht projects to build highways, dams, and other projects.  According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Odebrecht is a Brazil-based global construction conglomerate that has pled guilty to charges of conspiracy to violate the anti-bribery provisions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act, and agreed to a criminal fine of $4.5 billion.  In 2017, Rondon was arrested by Dominican authorities and charged with corruption for the bribes paid by Odebrecht.

Artem Chayka

Artem Chayka (Chayka) is the son of the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation and has leveraged his father’s position and ability to award his subordinates to unfairly win state-owned assets and contracts and put pressure on business competitors. In 2014, reconstruction of a highway began, and Chayka’s competitor for supplying materials to the project suddenly fell under prosecutorial scrutiny.  An anonymous complaint letter with a fake name initiated a government investigation against the competitor.  Government inspectors did not produce any documents confirming the legality of the inspections, and did not inform subjects of the investigation of their rights.  Traffic police were deployed along the route to the competitor, weight control stations were suddenly dispatched, and trees were dug up and left to block entrances.  The competitor was forced to shut down, leaving Chayka in a position to non-competitively work on the highway project.  Also in 2014, Chayka bid on a state-owned stone and gravel company, and was awarded the contract.  His competitor contested the results and filed a lawsuit.  Prosecutors thereafter raided his home.  After Chayka’s competitor withdrew the lawsuit, prosecutors dropped all charges.

Gao Yan

Gao Yan (Gao) was the Beijing Public Security Bureau Chaoyang Branch director.  During Gao’s tenure, human rights activist Cao Shunli was detained at Beijing Municipal Public Security Bureau Chaoyang Branch where, in March 2014, Cao fell into a coma and died from organ failure, her body showing signs of emaciation and neglect.  Cao had been arrested after attempting to board a flight to attend human rights training in Geneva, Switzerland.  She was refused visitation by her lawyer, and was refused medical treatment while she suffered from tuberculosis.

Sergey Kusiuk

Sergey Kusiuk (Kusiuk) was commander of an elite Ukrainian police unit, the Berkut.  Ukraine’s Special Investigations Department investigating crimes against activists identified Kusiuk as a leader of an attack on peaceful protesters on November 30, 2013, while in charge of 290 Berkut officers, many of whom took part in the beating of activists.  Kusiuk has been named by the Ukrainian General Prosecutor’s Office as an individual who took part in the killings of activists on Kyiv’s Independence Square in February 2014.  Kusiuk ordered the destruction of documentation related to the events, and has fled Ukraine and is now in hiding in Moscow, Russia, where he was identified dispersing protesters as part of a Russian riot police unit in June 2017.

Julio Antonio Juarez Ramirez

Julio Antonio Juarez Ramirez (Juarez) is a Guatemalan Congressman accused of ordering an attack in which two journalists were killed and another injured.  Guatemalan prosecutors and a UN-sponsored commission investigating corruption in Guatemala allege that Juarez hired hit men to kill Prensa Libre correspondent Danilo Efrain Zapan Lopez, whose reporting had hurt Juarez’s plan to run for reelection.  Fellow journalist Federico Benjamin Salazar of Radio Nuevo Mundo was also killed in the attack and is considered a collateral victim.  Another journalist was wounded in the attack.

Yankuba Badjie

Yankuba Badjie (Badjie) was appointed as the Director General of The Gambia’s NIA in December 2013 and is alleged to have presided over abuses throughout his tenure.  During Badjie’s tenure as Director General, abuses were prevalent and routine within the NIA, consisting of physical trauma and other mistreatment.  In April 2016, Badjie oversaw the detention and murder of Solo Sandeng, a member of the political opposition.  In February 2017, Badjie was charged along with eight subordinates with Sandeng’s murder.  Prior to becoming Director General, Badjie served as the NIA Deputy Director General for Operations.  Prior to becoming a member of the NIA’s senior leadership, Badjie led a paramilitary group known as the Junglers to the NIA’s headquarters to beat a prisoner for approximately three hours, leaving the prisoner unconscious and with broken hands.  The following day, Badjie and the Junglers returned to beat the prisoner again, leaving him on the verge of death.

For identifying information on the individuals and entities designated today, click here.

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Issuance of Global Magnitsky Executive Order; Global Magnitsky Designations

​The President has issued a new Executive Order on December 20, 2017 Blocking the Property of Persons Involved in Serious Human Rights Abuses and Corruption. OFAC is concurrently releasing new FAQs related to this Executive Order and the office is publishing the following designations.


Specially Designated Nationals List Update

The following individuals have been added to OFAC’s SDN List:

BADJIE, Yankuba(a.k.a. BADGIE, Yankuba; a.k.a. BADJI, Yankouba), Banjul, The Gambia; DOB 25 Feb 1973; alt. DOB 24 Feb 1973; POB New Jeshwang, Kanifang Municipality, The Gambia; Gender Male (individual) [GLOMAG].

BOL MEL, Benjamin (a.k.a. BOL MEL KUOL, Benjamin; a.k.a. BOL MOL KUOT, Benjamin; a.k.a. BOL, Benjamin; a.k.a. BOR, Benjamin), Othaya Road, Othaya Villas House #2, Nairobi 00202, Kenya; Hai-Jalaba, Centre Street, Juba, Central Equatoria, South Sudan; Juba, South Sudan; DOB 03 Jan 1978; alt. DOB 24 Dec 1978; POB Awiil, Sudan; alt. POB Rialdit, South Sudan; alt. POB Warrap State, South Sudan; alt. POB Abiem, Aweil East County, Northern Bahr al Ghazal, South Sudan; nationality South Sudan; alt. nationality Sudan; Gender Male; Passport B00000006 (South Sudan) issued 26 Jul 2013 expires 26 Jul 2018; President of ABMC Thai-South Sudan Construction Company (individual) [GLOMAG].

CHAYKA, Artem Yuryevich (a.k.a. CHAIKA, Artem), 38/2 Staraya Basmannaya, Apt. 310, Moscow, Russia; DOB 25 Sep 1975; POB Sverdlovsk, Russia; Gender Male; National ID No. 4501052463 (Russia) (individual) [GLOMAG].

DEBOUTTE, Pieter Albert; DOB 15 Jun 1966; POB Roeselare, Flanders, Belgium; nationality Belgium; Gender Male (individual) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: GERTLER, Dan; Linked To: FLEURETTE PROPERTIES LIMITED; Linked To: GERTLER FAMILY FOUNDATION).

GAO, Yan, Beijing, China; DOB Apr 1963; POB Hongtong, Shanxi, China; Gender Male (individual) [GLOMAG].

GERTLER, Dan, 17 Daniel Street, Bnei Brak, Israel; 28 Daniel Street, Bnei Brak, Israel; Avenue Tchatchi 29, Gombe, Kinshasa, Congo, Democratic Republic of the; DOB 23 Dec 1973; POB Tel Aviv, Israel; nationality Israel; alt. nationality Congo, Democratic Republic of the; Gender Male; Passport 10945182 (Israel) issued 28 Jun 2010 expires 27 Jun 2020; alt. Passport 10926248 (Israel) issued 25 Feb 2008 expires 27 Feb 2018; alt. Passport DB0009084 (Congo, Democratic Republic of the) issued 28 May 2015 expires 27 May 2020; National ID No. 027100619 (Israel) (individual) [GLOMAG].

JAMMEH, Yahya (a.k.a. JAMMEH BABILI MANSA, Yahya AJJ; a.k.a. JAMMEH, Alhaji Dr. Abdul-Azziz Jemus Junkung; a.k.a. JAMMEH, Yahya Abdul-Aziz Jemus Junkung), Equatorial Guinea; DOB 25 May 1965; POB Kanilai, The Gambia; nationality The Gambia; Gender Male (individual) [GLOMAG].

JUAREZ RAMIREZ, Julio Antonio (a.k.a. JUAREZ, Julio), Quinta Esterlima Km. 152.5, San Bernardino, Suchitepequez, Guatemala; DOB 01 Dec 1980; POB Mazatenango, Guatemala; nationality Guatemala; Gender Male (individual) [GLOMAG].

KARIMOVA, Gulnara (a.k.a. KARIMOVA, Goulnara; a.k.a. KARIMOVA, Goulnora Islamovna; a.k.a. “Googoosha”), Tashkent, Uzbekistan; DOB 08 Jul 1972; POB Fergana, Uzbekistan; nationality Uzbekistan; citizen Uzbekistan; Gender Female; Passport DA0006735 (Uzbekistan) (individual) [GLOMAG].

KUSIUK, Sergey (a.k.a. KUSYUK, Sergej Nikolaevich; a.k.a. KUSYUK, Serhiy; a.k.a. KYSYUK, Sergei), Moscow, Russia; DOB 01 Dec 1966; POB Malaya Mochulka, Vinnitska, Ukraine; nationality Ukraine; alt. nationality Russia; Gender Male (individual) [GLOMAG].

RIVAS REYES, Roberto Jose, Managua, Nicaragua; DOB 06 Jul 1954; POB Matagalpa, Nicaragua; nationality Nicaragua; Gender Male; Passport A00000604 (Nicaragua) issued 19 Jun 2013 expires 19 Jun 2023; alt. Passport 04091979435 (Nicaragua) issued 19 Jun 2013 expires 19 Jun 2023; National ID No. 4410607540007S (Nicaragua) (individual) [GLOMAG].

RONDON RIJO, Angel, Ave Anacaona #83 Torre Caney Apt 25, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic; DOB 16 Jul 1950; POB Higuey, Dominican Republic; Gender Male; Passport SC2249384 (Dominican Republic) issued 14 Jan 2015 expires 14 Jan 2021; alt. Passport 3297843 (Dominican Republic) issued 14 Jan 2015 expires 14 Jan 2021; National ID No. 00101629970 (Dominican Republic) (individual) [GLOMAG].

SHAH, Mukhtar Hamid, 1 Hill Park Jhellum Road, Rawalpindi, Punjab, Pakistan; DOB 11 Aug 1939; alt. DOB 08 Nov 1939; POB Chakwal, Pakistan; nationality Pakistan; Gender Male; National ID No. 3740502728729 (Pakistan) (individual) [GLOMAG].

SOE, Maung Maung, Burma; DOB Mar 1964; nationality Burma; Gender Male; National ID No. Tatmadaw Kyee 19571 (Burma) (individual) [GLOMAG].

TESIC, Slobodan (a.k.a. SLOBODAN, Tezic), Serbia; DOB 21 Dec 1958; POB Kiseljak, Bosnia and Herzegovina; nationality Serbia; citizen Serbia; Gender Male; Passport 009511357 (Serbia) expires 27 Oct 2020; alt. Passport 007671811 (Serbia) expires 05 Aug 2019 (individual) [GLOMAG].

The following entities have been added to OFAC’s SDN List:


AFRICA HORIZONS INVESTMENT LIMITED, Cayman Islands; 57/63 Line Wall Road, Gibraltar GX11 1AA, Gibraltar [GLOMAG] (Linked To: FLEURETTE PROPERTIES LIMITED).

AFRICADA AIRWAYS, The Gambia [GLOMAG] (Linked To: JAMMEH, Yahya).






CAPRIKAT LIMITED, Akara Building, 24 Castro Street, Wickhams Cay 1, P.O. Box 3136, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands, British; Public Registration Number 1577164 (Virgin Islands, British) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: FLEURETTE PROPERTIES LIMITED).

CHARSO LIMITED, P. Lordos Center, Makariou C’Avenue & Vironos Street, Block B, Floor 2, Flat 203 3105, Limassol, Cyprus; Elli Court 210, Archiepiskopou Makariou C’Avenue, 2nd Floor Apt 4, 3030, Limassol, Cyprus; Registration ID C301690 (Cyprus) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: TESIC, Slobodan).

D.G.D. INVESTMENTS LTD. (f.k.a. DAN GERTLER DIAMONDS LTD.), 23 Tuval, Ramat Gan 5252238, Israel; P.O. Box 101, Ramat Gan 5210002, Israel; Public Registration Number 512253352 (Israel) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: GERTLER, Dan).

D.G.I. ISRAEL LTD, 23 Tuval, Ramat Gan 5252238, Israel; P.O. Box 101, Ramat Gan 5210002, Israel; Public Registration Number 513686220 (Israel) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: GERTLER, Dan).

DGI MINING LTD, Palm Grove House, P.O. Box 438, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands, British; Public Registration Number 649877 (Virgin Islands, British) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: GERTLER, Dan).

EMAXON FINANCE INTERNATIONAL INC. (a.k.a. INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CORPORATION EMAXON INC.), 8356 Rue Labarre, Montreal, Quebec H4P2E7, Canada; Business Number 1160199932 (Canada) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: GERTLER, Dan).

FLEURETTE HOLDINGS NETHERLANDS B.V., Industrieweg 5, Nieuwkoop, Zuid-Holland 2421 LK, Netherlands; Chamber of Commerce Number 55389694 (Netherlands); Legal Entity Number 851683897 (Netherlands) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: FLEURETTE PROPERTIES LIMITED).

FLEURETTE PROPERTIES LIMITED, Strawinskylaan 335, WTC, B-Tower 3rd floor, Amsterdam 1077 XX, Netherlands; Gustav Mahlerplein 60, 7th Floor, ITO Tower, Amsterdam 1082 MA, Netherlands; 70 Batetela Avenue, Tilapia Building, 5th floor, Kinshasa, Gombe, Congo, Democratic Republic of the; 57/63 Line Wall Road, Gibraltar GX11 1AA, Gibraltar; Public Registration Number 99450 (Gibraltar) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: GERTLER, Dan).

FOXWHELP LIMITED, Akara Building, 24 Castro Street, Wickhams Cay 1, P.O. Box 3136, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands, British; Public Registration Number 1577165 (Virgin Islands, British) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: FLEURETTE PROPERTIES LIMITED).

GERTLER FAMILY FOUNDATION (a.k.a. LA FONDATION FAMILLE GERTLER), Congo, Democratic Republic of the [GLOMAG] (Linked To: GERTLER, Dan).

GRAWIT LIMITED, Elli Court, Floor 2, Flat 4, 210, Makariou III Limassol, 3030, Limassol, Cyprus; Registration ID HE272654 (Cyprus) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: TESIC, Slobodan).

HOME AND AWAY LTD., Hai-Amarat (off May Street), Juba, South Sudan [GLOMAG] (Linked To: BOL MEL, Benjamin).

INTERNATIONAL DIAMOND INDUSTRIES (a.k.a. “IDI”), Kinshasa, Congo, Democratic Republic of the [GLOMAG] (Linked To: GERTLER, Dan).

JARVIS CONGO SARL, No. 70 Batetela Avenue, Tilapia Building (Orange), 5th floor, Kinshasa, Congo, Democratic Republic of the; No. 790 Panda Avenue, Golf Quarter, Lubumbashi, Congo, Democratic Republic of the [GLOMAG] (Linked To: DEBOUTTE, Pieter Albert; Linked To: FLEURETTE PROPERTIES LIMITED).

KANILAI GROUP INTERNATIONAL (a.k.a. KGI INTERNATIONAL COMPANY LTD), Banjul, The Gambia; P.O. Box 3070 Serrekunda, The Gambia [GLOMAG] (Linked To: JAMMEH, Yahya).




OIL OF DR CONGO SPRL (a.k.a. OIL OF DRCONGO), 14 Avenue Sergent Moke, Kinshasa, Gombe, Congo, Democratic Republic of the [GLOMAG] (Linked To: FLEURETTE PROPERTIES LIMITED).

ORAMA PROPERTIES LTD, Palm Grove House, P.O. Box 438, Road Town, Tortola, Virgin Islands, British; Public Registration Number 1041202 (Virgin Islands, British) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: FLEURETTE PROPERTIES LIMITED).



PREDUZECE ZA TRGOVINU NA VELIKO I MALO PARTIZAN TECH DOO BEOGRAD-SAVSKI VENAC (a.k.a. PARTIZAN ARMS; a.k.a. PARTIZAN ARMS DOO; a.k.a. PARTIZAN TECH DOO; a.k.a. PARTIZAN TECH DOO BEOGRAD), Maglajska 19 11000, Beograd (Savski Venac), Serbia; Website; Registration ID 20125225 (Serbia); Tax ID No. 104260278 [GLOMAG] (Linked To: TESIC, Slobodan).

PROGLAN CAPITAL LTD, 23 Tuval, Ramat Gan 5252238, Israel; P.O. Box 101, Ramat Gan 5210002, Israel; Public Registration Number 515000354 (Israel) [GLOMAG] (Linked To: D.G.D. INVESTMENTS LTD.).




TECHNOGLOBAL SYSTEMS DOO BEOGRAD (a.k.a. CALIDUS TRADE DOO; a.k.a. CALIDUS TRADE DOO BEOGRAD), Maglajska 19 11000, Beograd 6, Beograd, Serbia; Registration ID 20295066 (Serbia); Tax ID No. 105012258 [GLOMAG] (Linked To: TESIC, Slobodan).


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Someone did all the work, I just collected it…

I collected as much as I could then my phone started acting up,
go figure…

Info on Trumps executive order on Human Sex Traffickers…


There is more but I was booted off of Twitter and cannot find the link now. Ugh

I’ve been digging through the new Magintsky sanctions, doing google searches based on this bit from the US Treasury… and I’ve found something HUGE.

My contact compiled it in one post..

(1) @Debradelai @drawandstrike @Imperator_Rex3@ThomasWictor Conservative Twitter Intelligentsia, ASSEMBLE! I’ve been digging through the new Magintsky sanctions, doing google searches based on this bit from the US Treasury… and I’ve found something HUGE

(2) I’ve only dug through 2 names so far, and what I’ve found, well, lets see who else connects the dots. First, Yahya Jammeh, Gambian dictator who was buddy buddy with the Obama and Clinton administration

So, on a whim, I dig further into any Nicaragua/Clinton connections, as I stumbled upon Jammeh’s debt to Bill Clinton by trying to find connections between him and the Clinton Foundation


Boom. 1996, Ortega’s FIRST victory, where his conservative opponent claims election fraud, overseen by… a Clinton envoy.

(7) “Guys, I think the election council was given bad information!” Clinton envoy: “Nope. Nothing to see here. Perfectly legitimate.” 20 years later and Ortega is now on his 3rd term after blatant electoral fraud.

(8) I’m going to keep digging, but I’m betting a lot of these names are people the Clintons put into power or were instrumental in doing so. I’ll add on more later.

(9) Its like six degrees of Bill Clinton corruption up in here. Holy crap. Dan Freaking Gertler, who has a monopoly on Congolese diamond mining.

(10) His main customer and business patner? The company Glencore, one of the world’s largest mining commodity trading firms. Founded by Marc Rich, who was on the FBI’s most wanted list for 10 years for violating sanctions and other such corruption, for which he fled the US

Did you know that Libya’s been in a SECOND civil war since 2014? Media didn’t really cover it, not since the Clinton state department led the charge to completely destabilize the country.

(14) Aaaaaand wanna know who some of the militant groups in Libya are? ISIS.

(15) Its like peeling a goddamn onion here.

(16) Muang Muang Soe, of Burma. Burma’s the important bit here. Accused of an ethnic cleansing against the Rohingya. Aaaaaaand guess how close the Clintons are to this one?


Hillary Clinton was the first Secretary of State to go to Burma in 50 years, to assess their reforms.


She pushed to lift sanctions on Burma, and used her efforts there as proof of her diplomatic credentials. Aaaaand Burma then engaged in an ethnic cleansing. You cannot make this shit up.

(19) Benjamin Bol Mel, principal advisor to the president of South Sudan, one of the most corrupt countries in the world, ranked 5th actually…

(20) Sanctioned for corruption, of course. Wanna guess the connection to the Clintons? Well, do ya? How close are they?!?


The Obama administration, with Clinton as secretary of state, was waiving the prohibition on military aid due to use of child soldiers for South Sudan


Oh look, Libya, Yemen, and the Congo made the list too!

(23) These sanctions look very much like they’re trying to clean up the corrupt mess left by the Clintons and Obama.

(24) Dr. Mukhtar Hamid Shah. Black market kidney transplants. In Pakistan. 0.0 I’m gonna skip over this one, that’s a rabbit hole I kinda do not want to go down, but at this moment its the first where I can’t find a direct connection to the Clintons.

(25) If the pattern holds and there is a close connection that i just didnt find… um… wow.

(26) Gulnara Karimova, daughter of a former Uzbekistan president, corruption spree a mile wide, picture for reference to my NEXT picture

(27) Its like six degrees of Bill Clinton up in here.


Hillary as Secretary of State ok’d these meetings at the request of the Clinton Foundation. THIS is the first direct connection to the Clinton Foundation I’ve found, but the rest fit the profile of those who’d donate to it. Besides the kidney guy.

(29) Still creeped out by the kidney guy. Run of the mill corruption, election rigging, civil war, genocide, child soldiers, s’all good. Black market organs and kidnapping? Nope nope nope

(30) Angel Rondon Rijo, sanctioned for funneling money from Odebrecht, a construction company, to Dominican Republic officials as kickbacks for being awarded construction projects

(31) Odebrecht gave at least $100k to the Clinton Foundation, most likely more through intermediaries, and were apparently working with the Clinton State Department to get contracts to rebuild Libya…

(32) Ok, starting it up again! Artem Chayka, spelled Chaika literally everywhere else, why I don’t know. Stupid Russian letters or something.

(33) Son of Yuri Chaika, the top prosecutor for Russia. Think their Attorney General. Artem uses daddy’s influence to cheat in all kinds of business deals, getting competitors raided by the cops, etc

(34) Daddy Chaika is apparently the master of compromising material, and used a video of his predecessor having a 3 way with a pair of women to get him to resign so he could take the spot.

(35) Also, Daddy Chaika, according to the pissgate dossier, is the one who has the namesake video. Also, funny story, he’s was supposed to be the guy Natalya VeselMcwhatsherface of the Trump Tower meeting worked for

(36) So, Daddy and Junior Chaika are several vodka bottles deep in corruption

So deep in the corruption that Daddy Chaika has been trying desperately to get Maginsky Act sanctions lifted

The Maginsky Act was about a massive $230 million corruption scheme that reached all throughout the Russian government. @Billbrowder hired an auditor, Maginsky, over his company Hermitage getting used as a scapegoat

(39) Maginsky gets killed, Browder gets the act passed, sanctions applied, and then Prevezon Holdings Ltd which was part of said $230 mil corruption scheme gets dragged into a court fight here in the US over a shady real estate deal

(40) Who’s working for Prevezon in this case? Veselniksomething and Fusion GPS, both of whom are ALSO lobbying against the Maginsky Act. Prevezon is owned by ‘the son of a top Russian official’


Overall, its a shitshow.

(42) But, now, Artem “Daddy’s Little Thug” Chayka (Chaika?) just got sanctioned. Under Maginsky. Because fuck your couch, Russia. Sooooooo Yuri, do you have that Trump Peeing Hooker tape? Do you? Your son just got sanctioned!

(43) That’s what I thought. Punk ass bitch.

(44) Speaking of Veselnikkiminaj,… a nonprofit she works for thats trying to get Maginsky repealed is under investigation by Mueller now. So thats a thing thats happening

(45) Yes, there was more bourbon drank while I researched that last section, why do you ask? Hey, just be thankful there havent been any dick jokes yet.

(46) Another weird one. Gao Yan. He (maybe she?) is Chinese, so I’m having trouble finding fuck all on him/her, but the Chinese government tends to be pretty corrupt. So I tried looking up Cao Shunli, the victim

Because I’m trying the Clinton connections, I was tunnel visioned a little bit, maybe there’s something in the released Clinton emails or the Podesta emails on her, but the best I could find for Clinton connections is that she gave a womens rights speech in China in 1995

(48) She apparently took a bit of heat for not speaking up for this woman who was imprisoned and starved to death? This one and Chaika are pattern breakers so far for direct Clinton ties.

(49) Sergey Kusiuk. Commander of an elite Ukrainian Police unit Berkut. Not to be confused with the Pro-Russia hacking group Cyber Berkut, the assholes that make finding a direct link between Kusiuk and the Clintons a pain in the ass by mucking up web searches

(50) So, its Ukraine, so the direct link between the Clintons and Ukrainian oligarchs is already well established

So, I search for Victor Pinchuk, an oligarch I see coming up a lot, and secret police, and I find this word salad post

Alleged that Pinchuk’s father in law, former ukrainian president Kuchma, tortured and killed journalists using… secret… police..

here’s the article this post refers to

(53) That former president who is now a big name in Ukraine again as a ‘diplomat’

(54) Who wants to bet Sergey Kusiuk was one of Pinchuk and his father-in-law’s personal secret police hitmen?

(55) Julio Ramirez. Guatemalan politician, sanctioned for the killing of journalists. The Clinton Foundation is very active in Guatemala.…

(56) VERY…

(57) Active

There’s more. ANYWAYS

(58) Danilo Efrain Zapan Lopez. One of 12 journalists in Guatemala killed since 2008. Most during the time Clinton was Secretary of State.…

(59) And a huge child sex trafficking problem

Julio Ramirez is sanctioned for the deaths of journalists who were doing stories inconvenient for him. Whoooo wants to bet the stories had something to do with Clinton Foundation activities in Guatemala?

(61) Finally, Yankuba Badjie, a Gambian again, so a lot of the same stuff from the first Gambian dude applies. He gets some fun mentions like leading a paramilitary group and abusing prisoners!