Michigan man accused of spying in Russia expected to be found guilty, sent to forced labor camp
DETROIT A Michigan man arrested in Russia on suspicion of being a spy is expected to be found guilty and sent to a forced labor camp. Paul Whelan, 50, is expected to be found guilty and sentenced Monday, but his family believes thats a positive development. Hes expected to be found guilty and sent to a forced labor camp. Hes looking at 18 harsh years in a forced labor camp if prosecutors get their way. David Whelan told Local 4 from Toronto via Zoom that its better to get this part of the case out of the way.