On Thursday, July 29th, the American Federal Police first announced ten Russian suspected spies who were arrested and expelled from the U.S. earlier this month. Unpublished images were taken one day after ten of them had been captured in a campaign on June 12th. It was reported that these Russian spies had their own nicknames during the spying activities. Most of them have a life of middle class like all other Americans such as pursuing business, living in their peaceful houses on the outskirts and caring for the children. Moscow authorities have confirmed at least several suspects in this case are Russian citizens; however, they do not provide any more detailed information about these people.
Elena Vavilova commonly called Tracey Lee Foley lived with her husband Bezrukov Andrey in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Andrey Bezrukov, nicknamed Donald Heathfield, was accused of sabotaging Strategic Forecasting America risk consulting group
Natalia Pereverzeva and her husband Mikhail Kutsik were arrested in Arlington, Virginia.
Michael Zottoli usually called Mikhail Kutsik have two children with his wife Patricia Mills commonly known as Natalia Pereverzeva
Mikhail Semenko worked for a Russian tour company under his real name.
Kushchenko Anna, nicknamed Anna Chapman, used to live in London for 4 years and married a British citizen before coming to New York to start a new life. She is the daughter of a former KGB spy.
Juan Lazaro, also known under the name Mikhail Anatonolijevich, told federal prosecutors that his Peruvian wife, Vicky Pelaez on behalf of him to deliver Russian secrets
Vladimir Guryev with the nickname Richard Murphy
Vicky Pelaez does not use nickname. She is from Peru and was the only among 11 arrested people not to be Russian.
Lydia Guryeve or Cynthia Murphy had a relatively quiet life in New Jersey with her husband Vla dimir Guryev
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