Lawyers Seeks U.S. Support for Jailed Russian Tycoon Lawyers for Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a Russian oil magnate jailed for the past year, come to Washington, D.C., to attract world attention for their client. The White House says the case raises concerns about Russia's judicial system. But, U.S. officials haven't expressed the outrage lawyers hoped for. Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen.
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Lawyers Seeks U.S. Support for Jailed Russian Tycoon

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Lawyers Seeks U.S. Support for Jailed Russian Tycoon

Lawyers Seeks U.S. Support for Jailed Russian Tycoon

Lawyers Seeks U.S. Support for Jailed Russian Tycoon

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Lawyers for Mikhail Khodorkovsky, a Russian oil magnate jailed for the past year, come to Washington, D.C., to attract world attention for their client. The White House says the case raises concerns about Russia's judicial system. But, U.S. officials haven't expressed the outrage lawyers hoped for. Hear NPR's Michele Kelemen.