KHIMKI — US basketball player Brittney Griner arrived in a court on the outskirts of Moscow on Thursday and interviewed a drug allegation that could be seen in a Russian prison for 10 years, court Reuters journalists report. rice field.
After Grinner was detained in February when she arrived at Moscow Airport, she is the second hearing of a case that has not yet been included in her petition. Grinner's family urged US President Joe Byden to secure her release. (Report by Reuters, edited by Guy Faulconbridge)
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