Pfluger Resolution to Free Trevor Reed Passes House of Representatives
Washington, D.C. —Tuesday, Congressman August Pfluger’s resolution calling for the release of U.S. Marine Corps Veteran Trevor Reed passed the House of Representatives with wide bipartisan support.
“I am incredibly humbled that my first original piece of legislation to pass the House of Representatives is a resolution calling for the immediate release of Trevor Reed of Granbury, a Marine Veteran who is being held as a political prisoner in Russia,” said Congressman August Pfluger (TX-11). “Today’s vote is a clear condemnation of Vladimir Putin and his regime for Trevor’s corrupt conviction and detainment. We will not tolerate an American citizen being used as a political pawn on the global stage, and I will not stop fighting for Trevor until he is safely back on American soil. The Putin regime must immediately release Trevor Reed and reunite him with his loving family.”