Families of American fighters captured in Ukraine beg Biden to bring them home

The families of two US fighters captured by Putin’s army in Ukraine are begging the Biden administration to negotiate their release as fears grow that they will be handed death sentences like the two Brits captured earlier this year who now await death by firing squad. 

Robert Drueke, 39, and Andy Huynh, 27, were captured by Russian soldiers last week as they defended the city of Kharkiv as part of a ten-man squad along with other French and US volunteer fighters. 

Drueke served in the US…

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