Freed Russian Viktor Bout said he ‘wholeheartedly’ supports Russia’s War in Ukraine
- Russian arms dealer Viktor Bout claimed he would “certainly” volunteer to fight in Russia’s conflict against Ukraine.
- Bout is now free after being exchanged for Brittney griner, who was held in Moscow for nine month.
- Bout was sentenced for conspiring to support a terrorist organization and was held in the US for 25 years.
Viktor Bout, a Russian arms dealer who was recently freed, stated that he supports Vladimir Putin’s war in Ukraine and added that he would “certainly volunteer” if he could. According to reports,
Bout stated on Russian state television that “if I could, I would share my skills and I would readily volunteer.” RTRussia Today was formerly known by the name.
Bout was released after Brittney griner, a WNBA player and star, swapped prisoner for Bout. Griner was arrested in Moscow in February with drug charges. Later, she was sentenced to nine-years in a penal colony. Last week, US and Russian officials reached an agreement for a one-for-one swap. InsiderPrevious reports.
Bout was taken into custody by the US Drug Enforcement Agency during a drug sting in 2008. He was extradited back to the US and convicted for conspiring with terrorist organizations and plotting to murder American civilians. He was sentenced to 25-years in prison. Insider report.
According to him, he claimed that he had a portrait by Russian President Putin in his cell while he was in prison. CNN.
Bout stated that “Yes, always,” per CNN in an RT interview. “Why not? “Why not?
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