US basketball star arrested in Russia

Britney Greener, a two-time Olympic gold medallist in basketball, has been arrested in Moscow. On Saturday, Moscow announced that he had been detained. His suitcase included a vape cartridge carrying cannabis oil. Genius in terms of news.

He was arrested, according to a statement released by Russia’s Federal Customs Service on Saturday. Russia’s aggressiveness in Ukraine has heightened tensions between Moscow and the West. Meanwhile, this announcement has sparked controversy in the political world.

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At this time, it is unknown what he will do after leaving the position. The only information provided by the customs office was that he had been detained in February.

The existence of a certain smelling substance was established, according to the statement, after analyzing the luggage of a US citizen who arrived on an aircraft from New York. The liquid is cannabis oil, according to one expert (hashish oil). For the offence, he might face a sentence of five to ten years in prison.

On Saturday, the customs office released a video of airport security guards inspecting a passenger’s bags. This traveler is classified as a Greener.

Since the start of the Ukraine conflict, Russia has been subjected to sanctions imposed by the United States and other Western nations. A counter-warning has also been issued by Moscow. Tensions between Russia and the United States are likely to rise as a result of the detention of the American basketball player.

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