The Illegals Program (so named by the United States Department of Justice) was a network of Russian sleeper agents under non-official cover. An investigation by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) culminated in the arrest of ten agents on June 27, 2010, and a prisoner exchange between Russia and the United States on July 9, 2010. Canada was a common place for Soviet, and later Russian.
His real name is Andrey Bezrukov. JUAN LAZARO Lazaro, 66, told people for decades that he was born in Uruguay and was a Peruvian citizen, but he is Russian and his real name is Mikhail Vasenkov.
This study reports the characterization of three cationic amphiphillic aminocalix(4)arenes as potential antimicrobial agents in vitro. In cytotoxicity tests on mouse macrophage RAW 264.7 cells.Defendants “Donald Howard Heathfield” and “Tracey Lee Ann Foley” admitted they were Russian citizens named Andrey Bezrukov and Elena Vavilova, and were agents of the Russian Federation.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.
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Andrey Bezrukov and Elena Vavilova (a.k.a. 'Donald Howard Heathfield and Tracey Lee Ann Foley'), Cambridge, Mass.: Mikhael Semenko, Arlington, Va.: Christopher R. Metsos, arrested in Cyprus: Code.
Elena Vavilova (Tracey Lee Foley) Andrey Bezrukov (Donald Heathfield) Vladimir Guryev (Richard Murphy) Lydia Guryev (Cynthia Murphy) Anna Kushchenko (alias Anna Chapman) Mikhail Kutsik (Michael Zottoli) Natalia Pereverzeva (Patricia Mills) Mikhail Semenko (did not use alias) Vicky Pelaez (used her real name) Mikhail Anatonoljevich (Juan Lazaro).
Heathfield and Foley admitted to being Andrey Bezrukov and Elena Vavilova. A high court decision Thursday grants the federal government a chance to fight a Federal Court of Appeal ruling that effectively affirmed the citizenship of Alexander and Timothy Vavilov. They were sent back to Moscow as part of a swap for prisoners in Russia. But he ran into hurdles at the passport office and in August.
A much-relieved son of Russian spies flew back from Moscow to his Toronto birthplace on Friday, a day after the Supreme Court of Canada affirmed his Canadian citizenship.
In the biggest spy swap since the Cold War, 10 confessed Russian agents who infiltrated suburban America were ordered deported Thursday in exchange for four people convicted of betraying Moscow.
The Soviet KGB did have spies living fake lives in other countries, and the Russian Federation’s SVR foreign intelligence service probably still does. In 2010, the American FBI charged eleven Russian agents. They arrested one Russian couple, SVR c.
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It was all bogus, though. Donald Howard Heathfield turns out to be Andrey Bezrukov; Richard and Cynthia Murphy were in point of fact Vladimir and Lydia Guryev; Juan Lazaro has 'fessed up to being Mikhail Anatonoljevich Vasenkov; and Tracey Lee Ann Foley is Elena Vavilova. Not a drop of Irish blood there at all — unless, of course, one of them happens by chance to be related to that great.
Donald Heathfield and Tracey Foley were the aliases for Andrey Bezrukov and Elena Vavilova, who lived in Cambridge, Massachusetts, and had two sons, 20 and 16. She posed as a real estate agent around Boston, he worked as a sales consultant at Global Partners Inc., a Cambridge-based international management consulting firm and also had his own consulting company.
An FBI agent who oversaw the arrest of the couple, Andrey Bezrukov and Elena Vavilova, and the other eight sleeper agents criticized the high court’s decision. “This is ridiculous. Their parents are convicted spies, both of whom assumed identities of deceased legitimate Canadian citizens for the purposes of infiltrating the United States under cover,” said Richard DesLauriers.