27 October 2003 Russia’s richest man finds himself in jail, while the president calls for an end to “speculation and hysteria.” ULYANOVSK, Russia–After nearly four months at the epicenter of one of Russia’s most high-profile investigations since 1991, the country’s richest man, Mikhail Khodorkovsky, now finds himself in jail on charges of massive tax evasion. […]

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