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  • Anna Chapman Hits the Turkish Catwalk

    Russian ex-spy Anna Chapman, center, walks a Turkish catwalk flanked by two men posing as secret service agents at a fashion show in Antalya, Turkey, June 8, 2012.
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  • 9 Real Bond-Like Spy Gadgets

    "SPY: The Secret World of Espionage" offers visitors a glimpse into the infamous Anna Chapman Russian spy case. On the left, Anna Chapman was outfitted with a Chanel bag featuring a hidden, high-powered Wi-Fi device. The handcuffs used by authorities to take Chapmann into custody are also included in the exhibit at Discovery Times Square.
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  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    In a March 2011 interview with the BBC, Anna Chapman refused to admit that she was a former Russian agent, despite having pled guilty. ?Who told you I was an agent??? she said. ?I will never deny and I will never confirm the fact.?
    ABC News
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Chapman has accepted a job hosting a weekly mystery program called "Secrets of the World" on a Russian TV channel.
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  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    The FBI arrested 10 Russian spies in raids throughout the Northeast in late June, accusing them of being "sleeper" agents who had resided in the U.S. under false identities for many years. Twenty-eight-year-old Anna Chapman, born Anya Kushchenko, was among the ten sent to Vienna for the July 9 exchange. Here, Chapman, appears on the cover of the Russian edition of Maxim wearing lingerie and holding a gun, .
    Maxim Magazine Russian Edition
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    The sultry undercover redhead is about to launch her own iPhone application, "Poker with Anna Chapman," in which she coaxes tech fans into playing a round with her.
    Poker with Anna Chapman iPhone Application
  • Russian Spy Suspects

    The doll company Herobuilders, which has crafted such ripped-from-the-headlines action figures as Senator Scott Brown and BP exec Tony Hayward, is now offering two Anna Chapman dolls, which went on sale July 22. Anna the Predator, seen here, wears more clothes than Anna the Spy I Could Love. Both dolls come with guns and retail for $29.95.<b></b>
  • Russian Spies

    Tracey Lee Ann Foley , real name Yelena Vavilova, lived with fellow undercover Russian Donald Heathfield in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The couple, in their late 40s, have two sons, 16 and 20. Like Chapman, Foley, seen here in on a real estate brokerage web site, worked in real estate.
    Redfin
  • Russian Spies

    Donald Heathfield, husband of Tracey Foley, arrived from Russia in 1999 and assumed the identity of a dead Canadian man. According to his web site, Heathfield, real name Andrey Bezrukov, earned a master's in public administration from the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University, graduating in 2000.
    Myfuturemap.com
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    In July, the US Marshals released mugshots of the 10 Russian spies arrested in the U.S. and swapped in late June. Shown here is 28-year-old Anna Chapman, the spy who garnered the most attention after it was revealed that she was a fixture on the New York party circuit and her ex-husband in Britain released bedroom photos.
    United States Marshals Service
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Vicky Pelaez
    United States Marshals Service
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Tracey Foley
    United States Marshals Service
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Richard Murphy
    United States Marshals Service
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Patricia Mills
    United States Marshals Service
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Mikhail Semenko
    United States Marshals Service
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Michael Zottoli
    United States Marshals Service
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Juan Lazaro
    United States Marshals Service
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Donald Heathfield
    United States Marshals Service
  • Anna Chapman and the Russian Spy Ring

    Cynthia Murphy
    United States Marshals Service
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