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The recent swap of WNBA player Brittney Griner for Viktor Bout, the notorious “Merchant of Death” arms dealer, has raised controversy and concern among American officials.

Bout had been imprisoned in the United States since 2010 for his involvement in the illicit arms trade, and his release has been a contentious issue between the U.S. and Russia.

The swap, negotiated in recent weeks, was given final approval by President Biden and took place on Thursday in the United Arab Emirates. While Griner was expected to undergo a medical evaluation upon her release, Bout was immediately flown to Russia, where he was hailed as a hero by the Russian government.

Critics of the swap have argued that Bout’s release sets a dangerous precedent and sends the wrong message to American adversaries. Rob “Zach” Zachariasiewicz, a former DEA agent, warned against trading Bout for Griner, citing the damage that Bout has caused through his involvement in the global arms trade.

The controversy surrounding the swap highlights the challenges of balancing national security interests with humanitarian concerns. While the release of American citizens from foreign prisons is undoubtedly a positive development, it is important to consider the long-term consequences of such deals.