Associated Press Published 5:24 PM EDT Aug 23, 2019 A Moscow court has ruled to keep an Oakland County man suspected of spying in prison for two more months. The court ruled on Friday to keep Paul Whelan of Novi behind bars at least until late October. Whelan, who is reportedly kept in cramped conditions at a Moscow detention facility, felt unwell, and the court called an ambulance. Paramedics, however, said he doesn’t require hospitalization. The U.S. Embassy last month said Whelan’s condition has worsened. Whelan, who also holds British, Irish and Canadian citizenship, was arrested in a hotel room in Moscow in December last year and charged with espionage, which carries up to 20 years in prison. He has publicly complained of poor prison conditions and has said his life is in danger.
- Mexico says it disagrees with US Supreme Court order
- Supreme Court temporarily blocks court order that cleared the way for expanded vote by mail in Alabama due to Covid-19
- Anger in India as lowest caste protests Supreme Court order
- COVID-19 deaths: Why Supreme Court order is important
- Court orders Dakota pipeline shut in latest blow to U.S. fossil fuel projects
- Puerto Rico court orders new murder trial for judge’s son
- Breaking: Court orders FG to seize $40m worth of jewellery belonging to Diezani
- US Court Orders Shutdown of Dakota Access Pipeline By August 5 Pending Review
- Brazil court orders eviction of illegal gold miners from Yanomami reservation
- Appeals court orders judge to DISMISS case against ex-Trump NSA Michael Flynn
Russia court orders Novi man held for two more months have 257 words, post on eu.detroitnews.com at August 22, 2019. This is cached page on Auto Breaking News. If you want remove this page, please contact us.