U.S. Marines veteran Trevor Reed ‘wouldn’t let myself hope’ in Russian prison

U.S. Marines veteran Trevor Reed ‘wouldn’t let myself hope’ in Russian prison

May 22, 2022 by New York Daily News

Key Facts

  • Less than a month after being freed from Russian imprisonment in a prisoner swap with the U.S., Trevor Reed is thankful to be home.
  • “A lot of people are not going to like what I’m gonna say about this, but I kind of viewed... having hope as being a weakness.
  • So I did not wanna have that hope of, like, me, you know, being released somehow and then have that taken from me,” the 30-year-old Marines veteran told CNN in a preview clip for Sunday night’s special report with Jake Tapper.
  • Reed, a Texas native, was arrested in 2019 for assaulting a police officer after getting drunk at a party while visiting his girlfriend in Moscow and sentenced to nine years behind bars in July 2020.

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