FBI Arrests Alleged Russian Spies

10 people were arrested on Monday June 28, for allegedly serving as Russian spies. These men and women were  allegedly secret agents of Russia's intelligence organ, the SVR, for various years. 

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    July 1: (From L to R) Russian spy suspects Vicky Pelaez, Richard Murphy, Cynthia Murphy and Juan Lazaro, are seen in this courtroom sketch during an appearance at the Manhattan Federal Court in New York on Thursday. The four are among 11 alleged spies that U.S. authorities say spent a decade living quiet lives in American cities and suburbs, all the while recruiting political sources and gathering information for the Russian government.
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     July 1: This photo shows three northern Virginia residents, accused spies for Russia, from left, Patricia Mills, Michael Zottoli, and Mikhail Semenko, standing, appear in federal court in Alexandria, Va. The FBI's capture of these alleged deep-cover Russian agents has, for a moment of nostalgia, taken Americans back to a day when the nation's enemy was sneaky but familiar, ensconced right there behind the red-brick Kremlin walls.
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    July 1: This photo shows the accused spies for Russia, from left, Vicky Pelaez, Richard Murphy, Cynthia Murphy, and Juan Lazaro, listen during their bail hearing with judge Ronald Ellis, not depicted, in a Manhattan federal court. The FBI's capture of these alleged deep-cover Russian agents has, for a moment of nostalgia, taken Americans back to a day when the nation's enemy was sneaky but familiar, ensconced right there behind the red-brick Kremlin walls. 
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    July 1: Members of the media wait outside Manhattan federal court in New York during the bail hearing for accused Russian spies Vicky Pelaez, Richard Murphy, Cynthia Murphy and Juan Lazaro. The FBI's capture of these alleged deep-cover Russian agents has, for a moment of nostalgia, taken Americans back to a day when the nation's enemy was sneaky but familiar, ensconced right there behind the red-brick Kremlin walls.
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    June 29: This photo taken on Tuesday shows the door at the right leading to 35B Trowbridge Road in Cambridge, Mass. Owners Donald Heathfield and Tracey Foley were arrested by the FBI on allegations of being Russian spies
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    June 29: A view of River House Apartments, where suspected Russian spies Michael Zottoli and his wife Patricia Mills lived in Arlington, Virginia. U.S. authorities have charged 11 individuals, including Zottoli and Mills, with carrying out deep-cover work in the U.S. to recruit political sources and gather information for the Russian government.
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    June 29: The home, where a couple was arrested by the FBI for allegedly serving as spies for Russia, is seen in Yonkers, New York. The arrests come days after a warm Washington summit between President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, thrust a Cold War-style spy scandal into the midst of the U.S. leader's "reset" of long-strained ties with the Kremlin.
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    June 29: Waldomar Mariscal, son of Vicky Pelaez, who was arrested by the FBI for allegedly serving as spies for Russia, talks to reporters as he gets in his car outside the house where his mother was arrested in Yonkers, New York. The arrests come days after a warm Washington summit between President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, thrust a Cold War-style spy scandal into the midst of the U.S. leader's "reset" of long-strained ties with the Kremlin.
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    June 29: Gennady Gudkov, a deputy head of Russian parliament's security affairs committee, speaks to The Associated Press in the State Duma in Moscow on Tuesday. Gudkov said U.S. opponents of President Barack Obama's course for "resetting" ties with Russia could be behind the arrest of alleged Russian spies in the United States.
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    June 29: The mailbox at the former home of accused Russian spies Donald Heathfield and his wife Tracey Foley and their two teenage sons is seen in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Eleven suspects, some of whom lived quiet lives in American suburbia for years, have been accused of gathering information ranging from data on high-penetration nuclear warhead research programmes to background on CIA job applicants. The arrests came days after a warm Washington summit between President Barack Obama and Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, part of what the U.S. leader describes as a "reset" of long-strained ties with the Kremlin.
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    June 28: In this courtroom sketch, Anna Chapman, left, Vicky Pelaez, second from left, the defendant known as "Richard Murphy", center, the defendant known as "Cynthia Murphy", second from right, and the defendant known as "Juan Lazaro" are seen in Manhattan federal court in New York on Monday.
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    June 28: FBI agents gather in front of the two-story residence in Yonkers, N.Y. where two suspected Russian secret agents Vicky Pelaez and a man known as "Juan Lazaro" were arrested on Monday. The FBI has arrested 10 people for allegedly serving for years as secret agents of Russia's intelligence service, the SVR, with the goal of penetrating U.S. government policymaking circles.
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    June 28: Margo Sokolow is interviewed by the media in front of her home on Marquette Road in Montclair, N.J., on Monday. Her neighbors, "Richard Murphy" and "Cynthia Murphy" were arrested by the FBI at their house on Sunday. The Murphy's along with eight others are alleged to be secret agents spying for Russia.
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    June 27: This Sunday photo released by Richard Stanley and taken through a window screen shows FBI agents outside 35B Trowbridge Road in Cambridge, Mass., a residence owned by Donald Heathfield and Tracey Foley. Heathfield and Foley were arrested Sunday by the FBI on allegations of being Russian spies. 
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