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Even the new lists have errors – 17 Global Human Rights listings get corrected

The following corrections have been made to the OFSI’s Global Human Rights sanctions individual listings:

1. AL ASIRI, Ahmad Hassan Mohammed
DOB: 12/02/1952. POB: Mahayel, Asir Province (unconfirmed) Nationality: Saudi Arabian Address: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Position: Deputy Head of Saudi Intelligence Services Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0043. Gender: male. Ahmad Hassan Mohammed Al Asiri held the position of Deputy Head of the Saudi Intelligence services (General Intelligence Presidency, GIP) in Saudi Arabia. He was involved in the unlawful killing of Jamal Khashoggi. He was a senior official involved in commissioning the 15 man team sent to Turkey to kill Jamal Khashoggi. DOB is unconfirmed. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13894.
2. ANICHIN, Aleksey Vasilyevich
DOB: 01/12/1949. POB: Sevastopol, Ukraine a.k.a: ANICHIN, Alexei, Vasilyevich Nationality: Russian Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0002. Gender: male. Aleksey Vasilyevich Anichin, as a deputy Minister in the Russian Interior Ministry and the head of the Investigative Committee, was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention, which contributed significantly to his death on 16 November 2009. Anichin oversaw a ‘team’ of investigators who failed to investigate complaints made by Magnitsky about his mistreatment and concealed evidence of Magnitsky’s deteriorating medical condition. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13853.
3. AL BOSTANI, Meshal Saad
Title: First Lieutenant in the Saudi Air Force DOB: 27/03/1987. a.k.a: (1) AL BOSTANI, Meshal, Saad, M. (2) ALBOST, Meshal, Saad (3) ALBOST, Meshal, Saad, M. (4) ALBOSTANI, Meshal, Saad (5) AL-BOSTANI, Meshal, Saad (6) ALBOSTANI, Meshal, Saad, M. (7) AL- BOSTANI, Meshal, Saad, M. Nationality: Saudi Arabian Passport Details: R339037 Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0036. Gender: male. Meshal Saad Al Bostani was First Lieutenant in the Saudi Air Force. He was involved in the unlawful killing of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on 2 October 2018, as part of the 15 man team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities. He was involved in the concealment of evidence at the Saudi General Consul’s residence following the killing.UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13885.
4. AL QAHTANI, Saif Saad Q.
DOB: –/–/1973. a.k.a: AL-QAHTANI, Saif, Saad, Q. Nationality: Saudi Arabian Position: Training Officer, Saudi Air Force Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0038. Gender: male. Saif Saad Q. Alqahtani was a training officer in the Saudi Air Force who worked in the Office of the Crown Prince in Saudi Arabia. He was in the Consulate during the unlawful killing of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on 2 October 2018, and played an active part of the 15 man team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities, including through the concealment of evidence relating to the killing. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13889.
5. MUTREB, Maher Abdulaziz
DOB: 23/05/1971. POB: Makkah, Saudi Arabia Nationality: Saudi Arabian Passport Details: D088677 Address: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia (currently in detention). Position: Intelligence Officer Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0042. Gender: male. Assigned to Saudi Embassy in London in 2007. Worked with Saud Alqahtani, the Crown Prince’s advisor. Maher Abdulaziz Mutreb held the position of Intelligence Officer in Saudi Arabia. He was directly involved in carrying out the unlawful killing of Jamal Khashoggi at the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on 2 October 2018, as part of the 15 man team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13893.
6. BASTRYKIN, Alexander Ivanovich
DOB: 27/08/1953. POB: Russia Nationality: Russian Passport Details: (1) 5726608 (2) 200125935 Position: Head of the Investigative Committee of Russia Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0011. Gender: male. General of Justice of the Russian Federation. Went to university with Vladimir Putin. Alexander Ivanovich Bastrykin was appointed First Deputy Prosecutor General and Head of the Investigative Committee under the Prosecutor’s Office on 22 June 2007, he continued as Chairman of the Investigative Committee after it became an independent body in January 2011. In this role Bastrykin was responsible for the investigation of the mistreatment and death of Sergei Magnitsky in detention and intentionally or recklessly failed to fulfil that responsibility. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13867.
7. KARLOV, Gennady Vyacheslavovich
Title: Colonel DOB: 27/02/1960. Nationality: Russian Position: Head of Department of Ownership and Financial Crimes in the Investigative Committee of the Russian Interior Ministry Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0004. Gender: male. Gennady Karlov, as the Head of the Department of Ownership and Financial Crimes in the Investigative Committee of the Russian Ministry of Interior, was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention, which contributed significantly to his death. Karlov was part of a ‘team’ of investigators who failed to investigate complaints made by Magnitsky about his mistreatment and approved actions to conceal evidence relating to subordinates who were directly involved in that conduct. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13856.
8. VINOGRADOVA, Natalya
Title: Colonel DOB: 16/06/1973. Nationality: Russian Position: Deputy Head of Department of Ownership and Financial Crimes in the Investigative Committee in Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0005. Gender: female. Natalya Vinogradova, as the Deputy Head of the Ownership and Financial Crimes Department in the Investigative Committee of the Russian Interior Ministry, was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky, which contributed significantly to his death on 16 November 2009. Vinogradova was part of a ‘team’ of investigators, who failed to investigate complaints made by Magnitsky about his mistreatment and provided support to subordinates who were directly involved in that conduct. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13858.
9. LITVINOVA, Larisa Anatolievna
Title: Doctor DOB: 18/11/1963. Nationality: Russian Position: (1) Medical Officer, Butyrka Prison (2) Head of the Therapeutic Ward, Butyrka Prison Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0010. Gender: female. Larisa Anatolievna Litvinova was head of the therapeutic ward at Butyrka Prison where Sergei Magnitsky was detained between 25 July and 16 November 2009. She was involved in the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky by failing to ensure the proper administration of medical care to him during this period causing him considerable suffering and contributing significantly to his death. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13865.
10. TRIKUYLA, Elena Anatolievna
DOB: 18/03/1975. Nationality: Russian Position: Investigator in the Russian Investigative Committee Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0015. Gender: female. Elena Anatolievna Trikulya, as an investigator for the Investigative Committee in the Russian Ministry of the Interior after the death of Sergei Magnitsky on 16 November 2009, failed to properly investigate those responsible for his mistreatment in detention, which contributed significantly to his death, and concealed evidence in relation to that conduct. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13873.
11. PECHEGIN, Andrey Ivanovich
DOB: 24/09/1965. POB: Russia a.k.a: PECHEGIN, Andrei, Ivanovich Nationality: Russian Position: Deputy Division Head in Prosecutor’s Office Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0017. Gender: male. Andrey Pechegin was Deputy Head of the Division of Supervision of Investigations of the Prosecutor’s Office and he was responsible for the investigation of complaints about the ill-treatment of Sergei Magnitsky in detention. The evidence suggests that Pechegin intentionally or recklessly failed to fulfil that responsibility in that he ignored and denied complaints about the ill-treatment of Magnitsky. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13876.
12. DROGANOV, Aleksei
DOB: 11/10/1975. POB: Lesnoi Settlement, Pushkin Area, Moscow Region, Russia Nationality: Russian Position: Operative of Tax Crimes Department in the Moscow directorate of the Interior Ministry Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0020. Gender: male. Aleksei Droganov was an officer in the Tax Crimes Department in the Moscow directorate of the Interior Ministry and was involved in the detention and mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky, which contributed significantly to his death. Droganov was part of the ‘team’ of investigators, led by Artem Kuznetsov, the Deputy Head of the Tax Crimes Department, who were allegedly involved in the initial fraud exposed by Sergei Magnitsky and who falsified evidence to justify his arrest and detention. As part of this investigation team Aleksei Droganov facilitated the mistreatment of Sergei Magnitsky whilst in detention which was designed to force Magnitsky to retract his earlier testimony. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13880.
13. PODOPRIGOROV, Sergei
Title: Judge DOB: 08/01/1974. POB: Moscow, Russia a.k.a: PODOPRIGOROV, Judge, Sergey Nationality: Russian Position: Judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi District Court Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0021. Gender: male. Sergei Podoprigorov was a judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi district court. He made two rulings in relation to Sergei Magnitsky: in November 2008 to approve Magnitsky’s arrest and in March 2009 to prolong his detention. In this capacity, Podoprigorov authorised Magnitsky’s detention, prolonging his detention without trial without subjecting to challenge the evidence originally provided to justify Magnitsky’s detention or exploring other factors relevant to the decision. Podoprigorov therefore facilitated the mistreatment and death of Magnitsky by authorising the extension of his detention. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to a travel ban and asset freeze. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13881.
14. UKHNALYOVA, Svetlana
Title: Judge DOB: 14/03/1973. POB: Moscow, Russia a.k.a: (1) UKHNALEV, Judge, Svetlana (2) UKHNALEV, Judge, Svetlana, V. (3) UKHNALEVA, Judge, Svetlana (4) UKHNALEVA, Judge, Svetlana, V. (5) UKHNALYOVA, Judge, Svetlana, V. Nationality: Russian Position: Judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi District Court Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0025. Gender: female. Svetlana Ukhnalyova, as a Judge at Moscow’s Tverskoi District Court, was involved in decisions to extend the detention of Sergei Magnitsky, and in particular on 15 June 2009. In this capacity, Ukhnalyova facilitated the mistreatment / denial of medical care to Sergei Magnitsky which contributed significantly to his death on 16 November 2009. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13887.
15. ABAHUSSAIN, Mansour Othman M
DOB: (1) 10/08/1972. (2) 11/08/1972. POB: Majmaa, Saudi Arabia a.k.a: (1) ABAHUSEYIN, Hussein, Mansour, Othman, Aba (2) ABAHUSEYIN, Mansour, Osman (3) ABAHUSEYIN, Mansour, Othman, M (4) ABAHUSEYIN, Mansur, Othman, M (5) ABAHUSSAIN, Hussein, Mansour, Othman, Aba (6) ABAHUSSAIN, Mansour, Osman (7) ABAHUSSAIN, Mansur, Othman, M (8) ABAHUSSEIN, Hussein, Mansour, Othman, Aba (9) ABAHUSSEIN, Mansour, Osman (10) ABAHUSSEIN, Mansour, Othman, M (11) ABAHUSSEIN, Mansur, Othman, M (12) ABU HUSEYN, Hussein, Mansour, Othman, Aba (13) ABU HUSEYN, Mansour, Osman (14) ABU HUSEYN, Mansour, Othman, M (15) ABU HUSEYN, Mansur, Othman, M (16) ABU HUSSEIN, Hussein, Mansour, Othman, Aba (17) ABU HUSSEIN, Mansour, Osman (18) ABU HUSSEIN, Mansour, Othman, M (19) ABU HUSSEIN, Mansur, Othman, M (20) ABUHUSSAIN, Hussein, Mansour, Othman, Aba (21) ABUHUSSAIN, Mansour, Osman (22) ABUHUSSAIN, Mansour, Othman, M (23) ABUHUSSAIN, Mansur, Othman, M Nationality: Saudi Arabian Passport Details: S059033 Position: Major General, Intelligence Officer Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0028. Gender: male. Mansour Othman M Abahussain held the position of Major General and worked in the office of the Crown Prince. He was involved in the unlawful killing of Jamal Khashoggi in Istanbul on 2 October 2018, as part of the 15 man team sent to Turkey by Saudi authorities. He was involved in the concealment of evidence at the Saudi Consul General’s residence following the killing. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13861.
16. WIN, Soe
Title: Vice Senior General DOB: 01/03/1960. POB: Myanmar Nationality: Myanmar Position: Second in Command of the Myanmar Armed Forces (Tatmadaw) Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0047. Gender: male. Vice Senior General Soe Win, as Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Myanmar Armed Forces (Tatmadaw) and Commander-in-Chief of the Myanmar Army, had responsibility for the Tatmadaw troops who carried out serious human rights violations against the Rohingya population in Rakhine State in 2017 and 2019 including unlawful killings, torture, forced labour, systematic rape and other forms of targeted sexual violence. Soe Win was also involved in the financing of the Tatmadaw military operations in Rakhine State during which these violations took place, knowing that this financing would contribute to the commission of these violations. As Deputy Commander-in-Chief of the Tatmadaw and Commander-in-Chief of the Army, Soe Win also has responsibility for the serious human rights violations by the Tatmadaw in connection with its business interests in the extractive industries in Myanmar. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze and travel ban. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13898.

and entity listing:

MINISTRY OF STATE SECURITY (MSS) BUREAU 7
a.k.a: (1) Farm Guidance Bureau (2) Farming Bureau (3) Prison Bureau Address: Pyongyang. Other Information: UK Sanctions List Ref: GHR0048. Government entity. As the entity responsible for running the DPRK’s political prison camps, MSS Bureau 7 is involved in the widespread serious human rights violations committed against prisoners in those camps by camp guards and other DPRK officials. These violations include murder, torture and enslavement. UK listing (Sanctions Act). Subject to an asset freeze. Listed on: 06/07/2020 Last Updated: 06/07/2020 09/10/2020 Group ID: 13899.

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