Russian spies used Canadian identities

A Russian spy who had assumed the identity of a dead Canadian has been arrested in Boston along with other "deep-cover" agents allegedly sent by Moscow to infiltrate U.S. policy-making circles, reported The National Post. The U.S. Department of Justice announced on Monday it had broken up the spy ring, made up of Russian intelligence officers who had been living in several U.S. cities under false identities. One of the agents posed as Donald Howard Graham Heathfield, a dead Canadian infant.

Published: Wednesday, 06/30/2010 12:00 am EDT

A Russian spy who had assumed the identity of a dead Canadian has been arrested in Boston along with other "deep-cover" agents allegedly sent by Moscow to infiltrate U.S. policy-making circles, reported The National Post. The U.S. Department of Justice announced on Monday it had broken up the spy ring, made up of Russian intelligence officers who had been living in several U.S. cities under false identities. One of the agents posed as Donald Howard Graham Heathfield, a dead Canadian infant.

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