Brittney Griner pleads With Biden To Bring Her Home In Handwritten Letter

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NBC News published this video item, entitled “Brittney Griner pleads With Biden To Bring Her Home In Handwritten Letter” – below is their description.

WNBA star Brittney Griner sent an emotional message to President Biden, asking him to bring her home from Russia. In a letter to the White House, Griner writes from a Russian prison, “I’m terrified I might be here forever.” The basketball player has been in jail for four and a half months after Russian authorities allege they found vape cartridges with cannabis oil in her luggage.

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