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Rediscovering Self through Writing: Greiner’s Memoir Unveils Inspirations from Russian Prison


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Washington, April 11 – American basketball player Brittney Griner, who was convicted in Russia for drug trafficking and then released as part of a prisoner exchange, said she has been writing a memoir about her time in prison.
“Readers will hear my story and understand why I am so grateful to people around the world for their support,” the publisher quoted Greener as saying in a press release.
Greiner stressed that the day of the arrest marked the beginning of an incomprehensible period in her life, which she is now ready to share. She described 10 months in custody as very difficult, and thanked those involved for her return to the United States. The report stated that the notes are scheduled to be issued in the spring of next year.

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In December, Greiner, who was detained in February 2022 for vaping with cannabis oil, was exchanged at Abu Dhabi airport for Russian Viktor Bout, who was sentenced in the United States to 25 years in prison for preparing a plot to kill. American citizens and material support for terrorism. Bute was imprisoned for nearly 15 years. He was arrested in Thailand at Washington’s request in 2008 as a result of a provocative operation carried out by US intelligence, and transferred to the United States.

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