British fund manager Browder released from police station in Madrid - police source

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  • Wednesday, 30 May 2018

MADRID (Reuters) - British investment fund manager Bill Browder was released from a Madrid police station on Wednesday because an Interpol arrest warrant for him was no longer valid, a Spanish police source said.

The source could not confirm that the Interpol arrest warrant came from Russia. Neither could she confirm why the arrest warrant was no longer valid.

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