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MOSCOW—Representatives of a Russian academic convicted in 2004 of spying for the U.S. said he has agreed to be part of a deal to exchange prisoners held in Russia for the suspected spies for Russia arrested last month by U.S. authorities.
The academic, Igor Sutyagin, told his mother of the deal early Wednesday after authorities unexpectedly moved him from a prison in northern Russia on Tuesday to a special jail in Moscow in preparation for release, his mother said.
Originally posted by SaturnFX
Its like if the british had spys on the street here...sort of a so what senario...