Russia-Ukraine war live updates US attorney general visits Kyiv – The Washington Post

The Kremlin said Tuesday that Russia “can’t rule out” a possible death penalty for captured Americans who fought for Ukraine.

Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov reiterated to reporters at a news briefing that Alexander J. Drueke, 39, and Andy Tai Huynh, 27 — both U.S. military veterans from Alabama — would have their cases investigated by Russian or Moscow-aligned authorities. Regarding possible death sentences, Peskov said the Kremlin would leave that to the court.