Episode 229 — DOJ Charges TV Producer with Violating Crimea-Related Sanctions

In another indication of DOJ’s aggressive approach to enforcement of sanctions against Russia, DOJ announced the indictment of a TV producer for violations of the Crimea-Related Russian sanctions program. As outlined in the indictment, Jack Hanick, a former Fox News executive, was indicted for a sanctions violations stemming from his long-time relationship with a prohibited Russian oligarch (Specially Designated National) relating to the creation and promotion of the Russian Television Network.

In this Episode, Michael Volkov reviews DOJ’s indictment and the facts surrounding Hanick’s conduct.

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