Jerry Markon

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The accused paymaster of what the FBI calls Russia's  "deep cover" spy ring  in the United States skipped bail in Cyprus today.

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Ten Russians posing as ordinary Americans, including parents with children, have been  arrested  as "deep cover" spies after seven years of investigation by the FBI.

Russian Spies in American Suburbs: Shades of the Cold War?

Ten Russians posing as ordinary Americans, including parents with children, have been arrested as "deep cover" spies after seven years of investigation by the FBI.

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Recent incidents have raised concerns about what's called "homegrown terrorism."

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