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Paula and Joey Reed join 'The Story' say they are hopeful Biden can aid in their son's releaseThe parents of a former U.S. Marine languishing in a Russian prison are hopeful that President Biden and Vladimir Putin can reach an agreement to secure his freedom after nearly two years in detention. (ALEXANDER NEMENOV/AFP via Getty Images)"There's a lot of Russians here in American prisons that are not here for major crimes," his father, Joey Reed, said. John Sullivan, the U.S. ambassador to Moscow, called Reed's conviction "ridiculous" and an example of the "theater of the absurd.""This conviction, and a sentence of nine years, for an alleged crime that so obviously did not occur, is ridiculous," Sullivan said in a statement at the time. Trevor Reed wrote his family a letter dated June 7 in Russian where he said he tested positive for COVID-19. In a June 7 letter to his family, written in Russian as per the conditions of the Russian prison system, he complained of pain in the lungs and weight loss, according to a translation of the letter by Reed's girlfriend, Lina Tsybulnik, his parents said. Former U.S. Marine Trevor Reed, who was detained in 2019 and accused of assaulting police officers, stands inside a defendants' cage during a court hearing in Moscow.

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