Lawyer: North Texan & Ex-Marine Trevor Reed Ends Hunger Strike In Russian PrisonA former U.S. Marine born in North Texas -- Trevor Reed -- has ended a hunger strike over the conditions of his incarceration in a Russian prison.
North Texan & Former Marine Trevor Reed Said To Be On Hunger Strike In Prison In RussiaAn ex-U.S. Marine born in North Texas, who is imprisoned for assaulting police officers in Moscow, has reportedly begun a hunger strike to protest his detention and human rights abuses behind bars.
President Joe Biden Brings Up Jailed North Texan Trevor Reed In Meeting With Vladimir PutinPresident Joe Biden said he discussed the cases of Texan Trevor Reed and another American detained in Russia during his meeting with Vladimir Putin.
Parents Of North Texan & Former Marine Trevor Reed Want President To Stand Up For Their Jailed SonThe parents of a former United States Marine from North Texas imprisoned in Russia are pleading with Presidents Joe Biden and Vladimir Putin to work out a deal to send him home.
'We're Fighting For Trevor's Life': North Texas Family Trying To Get Son Released From Russian PrisonTrevor Reed is currently serving a nine-year sentence for an alleged drunken altercation with Russian police.
North Texas Family Concerned For Son In Russian Jail Amid Tensions Between CountriesFort Worth native and U.S. Marine veteran Trevor Reed has been held in Russia since 2019.
GOP Leaders Demand Russia Release North Texan And Former U.S. Marine Trevor ReedThree state republican lawmakers are calling on Russia to release North Texan Trevor Reed from prison. Reed is serving a nine-year sentence for an alleged altercation with Russian police, which he denies.
North Texan And Former U.S. Marine Trevor Reed Sentenced To Prison In RussiaA former United States Marine from North Texas was sentenced to nine years in prison in a Russian court on Thursday for assaulting police officers in a drunken incident he says he cannot remember.
Parents In Texas Fight To Get Former U.S. Marine Son A Fair Trial In MoscowA mother and father in Texas are urging the court system and government in Moscow to ensure their son, a former U.S. Marine who has been jailed there for nearly a year, gets a fair trial.