Russian citizen, Viktor Bout, languishing in a U.S. jail, be sure to be released. The "PGR" – union of citizens of Russia is doing everything in its power to stop the U.S. from capturing Russian citizens. His wife, Alla Bout participates in pickets, gives interviews, and tries in every way to help her husband.
Viktor Bout was one of the first one who suffered from the American "justice”. But Victor is not giving up.
The blogger, Dmitry Belyaev, has questioned Bout, and received answers.
Straight from the “democratic prison."
"Dear readers, many of you have heard and know about Victor Bout.
This truly strong spirited Russian man became a political hostage in USA. Despite all the hardships and difficulties in a high-security prison, he did not lose his courage and faith and, still, believes in the victory of good over evil.
Our public institutions, such as the "PGR, regularly pickets in support of Viktor Bout and other Russians who became hostages of the United States' political games.
Thanks to Alla Bout, Victor's wife, I had the opportunity to chat with Victor Bout directly through the electronic system of prison correspondence.
I am confident that you will be interested to know Victor's opinion on most pressing issues of contemporary world politics.
Victor finds it quite difficult to live in a high-security prison. Access to the Internet is unavailable, for obvious reasons. But he can communicate with a limited number of persons through e- prison correspondence.
We write each other in English language.
Therefore, I asked our regular blog reader, Natalia HOLOVAKHA for the translation into Russian language. And I am very grateful to Natalia for that.
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