“We have asked our government for safe passage for John’s parents and me to visit with John as soon as possible,” Brosnahan said in a statement. “We also asked that no charges be filed against John until we have had an opportunity to speak with the United States government.”
Brosnahan on Tuesday declined to discuss the case further.
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