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Paul Whelan's brother calls for Russia to free him as Moscow floats prisoner swap for 'Merchant of Death'


Paul Whelan's brother calls for Russia to free him as Moscow floats prisoner swap for 'Merchant of Death'



The brother of a Michigan man, who once served in the Marines, deployed twice to Iraq and was sentenced Monday by a Russian court to 16 years of hard labor, is pleading for his release, urging President Trump on Monday to get involved to negotiate his release, as the Russian government floats the idea of a prisoner swap for an arms dealer known as the "Merchant of Death."

via FOX NEWS Paul Whelan's brother calls for Russia to free him as Moscow floats prisoner swap for 'Merchant of Death'

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