American journalist Danny Fenster freed from 11-year sentence in Myanmar; Steve Dale updates us on the story he’s been following

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Danny Fenster, center, hugs his mother Rose Fenster as former U.S. diplomat Bill Richardson, right, looks on at John F. Kennedy Airport in New York, Tuesday, Nov. 16, 2021. Fenster was sentenced last week to 11 years of hard labor. He was handed over Monday to Richardson, who helped negotiate the release. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig)

American journalist Danny Fenster was sentenced to 11 years of hard labor in Myanmar last week and a U.S. diplomat helped free him after Fenster spent six months in jail there. WGN Radio’s Steve Dale has been communicating with Danny’s brother, Bryan, and he shares what Danny went through while waiting to return home.

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