Aiden Aslin begs Boris Johnson to bring him home

A captured British fighter has said he plans to move back home and start a new life with his wife if he is spared the death penalty as he begs Boris Johnson to bring peace to Ukraine.Aiden Aslin, from Nottingham, was taken captive by Russian troops laying down his rifle and surrendering after running out of food and ammunition in besieged Mariupol.He was interrogated by pro-Kremlin YouTuber and fellow “Nottingham lad” Graham Phillips while in captivity, reportedly in Donetsk. It came after photos emerged of him appearing to have suffered injuries at the hands of his Russian captors.

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