Paul Whelan’s sister demands a more ‘coordinated effort’ from the Biden administration to free him

The sister of Paul Whelan, a former Marine who has been detained in Russia for four years, called on Tuesday for the Biden administration to do more to bring him home.

He is serving a 16-year sentence after being convicted of spying following what American officials said was an unfair trial.

His sister Elizabeth said U.S. authorities had not managed to explain how they had freed Trevor Reed, another American wrongfully detained, in  a prisoner swap but had yet to secure her brother’s release.

Read the Full Article Here dailymail


Written by Bourbiza Mohamed

A technology enthusiast and a passionate writer in the field of information technology, cyber security, and blockchain

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

US Open: Russian and Belarusian players allowed to compete in New York

Moscow Court Brittney Griner Held in Jail for Another 18 Days