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Russian investigators have taken the unusual step of reopening a criminal probe for tax evasion against a dead lawyer who claimed to have uncovered a $230 million tax fraud scheme by corrupt police officers.

Sergei Magnitsky died of an untreated illness in prison in 2009 after spending almost a year in pretrial detention on charges of tax evasion filed by the same police officials he had accused of the tax fraud.

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