Friday, July 9, 2010

U.S., Russia exchange spies in biggest spy swap since the Cold War

Planes land in U.K. and Moscow after Cold War-style airport handover

Just when it looked like this recent spy story was going to be an ongoing saga the Russian and American governments put a lid on it.

After the swiftest swap in spy vs spy history between the two countries, the story comes to an inclusive ending. What were those Russian spies reporting on to their Moscow handlers?

We just barely got to know what happened. Spies in suburbia sure sounded like a good outline for a James Bond movie.

As a matter of fact, As It Stands this Sunday in The Times-Standard, will be about channeling your inner Ian Fleming and coming up with a better ending to this tale!

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