He also posted an image of the warrant and another picture taken in the back of a police auto.
Just to be clear, my arrest this morning in Madrid was the result of a SIXTH Russian arrest warrant using Interpol channels.
Bill Browder, once the boss of late anti-corruption Russian lawyer Sergei Magnitsky, said he was arrested in Madrid.
Hermitage Capital Management founder Bill Browder, who's led a global campaign to encourage governments to sanction the Kremlin over human-rights abuses, was was briefly detained by Spanish police in response to a Russian warrant issued through Interpol. Since then, Russian authorities have repeatedly attempted to have Browder arrested via Interpol, the International Criminal Police Organization based in Lyon, France.
A Moscow court sentenced Browder, who was born in the US and is now based in London, to nine years in prison in absentia over tax evasion and funnelling money overseas.
The Hermitage Capital boss told City A.M. that unless the United Kingdom government stepped up its sanctions against allies of the Russian President more lives were at risk.
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William Browder, a USA -born Britain-based financier, leaves the anti-graft prosecutor's office in Madrid, May 30, 2018.
The financier has advocated for USA sanctions targeting Russian officials over human rights abuses. Spanish police said he was released shortly after because the warrant had expired, the BBC reported.
The spokesperson, who wasn't authorized to be identified in line with police rules, said the financier was released minutes after his detention.
In 2017, he testified to the U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee on claims that Russian Federation interfered in the U.S. presidential election, which was won by Donald Trump.
Update 11:25 a.m.: Bill Browder has confirmed he has been released by police, tweeting: "Good news". Browder successfully lobbied Congress to pass the Magnitsky Act in 2012, which imposes sanctions on Russian individuals believed to be implicated in Magnitsky's murder.
Mr Browder was once one of the biggest foreign investors in Russian Federation, controlling Hermitage Capital Management. Several weeks prior to when the letter was sent, Browder himself filed a request to a court in Cyprus asking an emergency injunction on the transfer of any data about his activities to Russian Federation.