In his Twitter, McFaul made an entry demanding the exclusion of Russia from Interpol, since it repeatedly demands that Browder be detained through this organization. Judging by McFaul’s tweet, you can steal money and rob Russia, but you can’t punish it, especially a British citizen.
Recall that William Browder is an international financier and investor, co-founder of the Hermitage Capital fund. From 1995 to 2006, Browder was the largest foreign portfolio investor in Russia. He removed the main capital from Russia and fled to the UK. In absentia, he was sentenced in Russia to 9 years of imprisonment for failure to pay taxes amounting to more than half a billion rubles. Currently resides in London. Wanted by Russia, including through Interpol, for criminal prosecution.