U.S. ball star Brittney Griner is headed to a distant Russian corrective province. That is as per her attorneys, who don't know precisely where she's being taken.

 President Biden says not set in stone to get her home and that he trusts Russia will be prepared to arrange a detainee trade

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Layers of injustice - that's how State Department spokesperson Ned Price describes Brittney Griner's legal saga in Russia.

Brittney Griner has endured a sham trial, unjust sentencing and now the transfer from a prison to a remote penal colony.

Griner was arrested in February after what she admits was a mistake - packing vape cartridges with cannabis oil in her suitcase as she traveled to Russia,

where she plays during the WNBA's offseason. A Russian who spent two years in a penal colony says the facilities are a relic from the Stalin era.

Griner a hostage and says supporters of the basketball star should keep writing to her and talking about the case.

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