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Task Force KleptoCapture: Capture Russian Oligarchs — Bring Them To Trial Before The World

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Task Force KleptoCapture: Capture Russian Oligarchs — Bring Them To Trial Before The World

NEW YORK (RichTVX.com) — The Rich TVX News Network describes today how the Russian oligarch hunters are on their trails, and finding photographs on social media for identification purposes is high on their list. Task Force KleptoCapture is a United States Department of Justice unit established in March 2022 with the goal of enforcing sanctions on Russian oligarchs (i.e. “kleptocrats“) in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. The only purpose seems the score with the Russian oligarch criminals who caused Ukraine so much agony. The world is stunned at how ordinary and pathetic the Russian oligarchs look now. The sight of these miserable kleptocrats, who have lost every vestige of their former wealth and arrogance the moment they were stripped of assets, gives a feeling of profound scorn. The world also sees death squads set to work murdering Ukrainians, and any other enemies. Are the Russian oligarch criminals the personification of evil? Are they tools used by a diabolic government? These nonentities, devoid of human dignity and pride, are they the messengers of death for Ukrainian people? The United States Government has put a rocket on a heretofore quiet whistleblower award program targeting Russian kleptocrats – announcing a multilateral Russian oligarch taskforce. As part of that effort, the U.S. Department of the Treasury has announced the “Kleptocracy Asset Recovery Rewards Program”. Hunting Russian oligarchs is a legal activity in many territories now.

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Hunting Russian Oligarchs And Promoting “Justice, Not Vengeance”

Russian Oligarchs

Russian oligarchs are business oligarchs of the former Soviet republics who rapidly accumulated wealth in the 1990s via the Russian privatization that followed the dissolution of the Soviet Union. The failing Soviet state left the ownership of state assets contested, which allowed for informal deals with former USSR officials (mostly in Russia and Ukraine) as a means to acquire state property. Historian Edward L. Keenan has compared these oligarchs to the system of powerful boyars that emerged in late-Medieval Muscovy.[1] The first modern Russian oligarchs emerged as business-sector entrepreneurs under Mikhail Gorbachev (General Secretary 1985–1991) during his period of market liberalization.[2] These younger-generation entrepreneurs were able to build their initial wealth because Gorbachev’s reforms effected a period “when co-existence of regulated and quasi-market prices created huge opportunities for arbitrage.”[3] The term “oligarch” derives from the Ancient Greek oligarkhia meaning “the rule of the few”. Since 2017, several Russian oligarchs and their companies have been hit by US sanctions under the Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA) for their support of “the Russian government’s malign activity around the globe”.[4][5]