Washington, January 6 – A US court has excluded some evidence from the case against Russian Vladislav Klyushin, who is accused of insider trading, his lawyer, Maxim Nemtsev, told the News Agency.
The lawyer did not specify what evidence was challenged and what would remain in the case. He noted that the jury trial will begin on January 30.
The Russian Klyushin was arrested in Switzerland at the request of the United States, where he is accused of insider trading in securities based on stolen and non-public information involving several accomplices. According to the US Embassy in Bern, we are talking about “tens of millions of insider transactions”. Klyushin is the founder of the M13 IT company, which specializes in media monitoring. Klyushin was delivered from Switzerland to the United States. He does not admit his guilt.