Russian pilot Yaroshenko invited journalists to their prison


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Russian pilot Konstantin Yaroshenko, who was convicted by a U.S. court to 20 years ‘ imprisonment, wrote a letter to the British newspaper The Guardian, many journalists to visit him in the place of detention and to conduct an independent investigation of the case in which he was convicted.

This step Yaroshenko went after I read in The Guardian an article about your business, but without comment on their part. Russian offers to visit him in prison to learn first hand the circumstances of the case.

A letter to the British newspaper was sent in mid-July, but the answer is still no. It’s only a notice of delivery to the addressee.

Also Yaroshenko wrote a letter to the President of the United States Donald Trump, stressing that wrongly convicted and hopes for humanity American leader.

Konstantin Yaroshenko was arrested by FBI agents in Liberia in 2010 and sentenced in September 2011 to 20 years imprisonment in an American prison on charges of allegedly smuggling drugs.