What They're Saying: Alexander Goldfarb

“It was essentially an entry ticket to the British public and the British establishment. All of these arrivals to London are new rich, and they are very keen to get as much legitimacy as possible.”

-- Alexander Goldfarb, director of the Litvinenko Justice Foundation, on Roman Abramovich, who turned Chelsea into a European power, and other Russian oligarchs who moved to Britain. Abramovich is considered a prime target if British prime minister Theresa May follows through on her threat to strip these Russian tycoons of their British assets in retaliation for the poisoning of a former Russian spy and his daughter. (New York Times)
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