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Brittney Griner situation explained: Griner gets moved to penal colony in Mordovia

Brittney Griner situation explained: Griner gets moved to penal colony in Mordovia

9 days ago   |   CBS Sports

The seven-time All-Star was detained in Russia on Feb. 17 for allegedly carrying a marijuana concentrate in her luggage
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WNBA star Brittney Griner moved to penal colony in Mordovia, her lawyers confirm

WNBA star Brittney Griner moved to penal colony in Mordovia, her lawyers confirm

9 days ago   |   CBS Sports   |   2 articles

Griner, who was found guilty of drug charges in August, has been detained in Russia for nearly a year
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Lawyers: Brittney Griner Moved to Russian Penal Colony over 200 Miles Outside Moscow

9 days ago   |   Bleacher Report   |   2 articles

Brittney Griner's lawyers, Maria Blagovolina and Alexander Boykov, and agent, Lindsay Colas, confirmed the WNBA star was relocated to a Russian penal colony in...
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Brittney Griner begins serving 9-year sentence in Russian penal colony

Brittney Griner begins serving 9-year sentence in Russian penal colony

9 days ago   |   New York Post

Griner was moved to a Russian forced labor camp in Mordovia - about 210 miles east of Moscow.
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Brittney Griner moved to penal colony in Russia's Mordovia region

9 days ago   |   Al Jazeera   |   2 articles

WNBA player, whose whereabouts had been publicly unknown, is in penal colony 500km southeast of Moscow, lawyers confirm.
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Brittney Griner has begun serving sentence in a Russian penal colony, her lawyers say

Brittney Griner has begun serving sentence in a Russian penal colony, her lawyers say

9 days ago   |   KSBW   |   4 articles

Brittney Griner's lawyers say they visited her last week at a penal colony in Mordovia, about 210 miles east of Moscow.
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Brittney Griner has begun serving sentence in Russian penal colony

Brittney Griner has begun serving sentence in Russian penal colony

9 days ago   |   Post Gazette   |   4 articles

Griner was transferred to a penal colony in Mordovia, about 210 miles east of Moscow, after a Russian court last month rejected her appeal of her sentence.
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Brittney Griner Transferred to Penal Colony Outside Moscow, Lawyers Say

9 days ago   |   NY Times   |   4 articles

The W.N.B.A. star, who has been detained in Russia since February, is facing nine years in a Russian prison on a drug charge.
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Griner has begun serving sentence in Russian penal colony

9 days ago   |   My Sanantonio   |   4 articles

WASHINGTON - WNBA star Brittney Griner has begun serving her nine-year sentence for drug possession at a Russian penal colony, her lawyers and agent said Thursday. Griner has...
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WNBA star Brittney Griner moved to penal colony in Mordovia, per report

WNBA star Brittney Griner moved to penal colony in Mordovia, per report

9 days ago   |   CBS Sports   |   2 articles

Griner has been detained in Russia for nearly a year
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