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Re: G3* - CYPRUS/US/RUSSIA - Suspected US spy arrested in Cyprus

Released on 2012-03-14 18:00 GMT

Email-ID 1558772
Date 2010-06-29 14:47:42
score.=C2=A0 This was the one = guy not arrested Sunday, he was involved
in the operations from Canada and handled a lot of the money.=C2=A0

Antonia Colibasanu wrote:

arrest was monday at 3am

Breaking News: Suspected US spy arrested in Cyprus


Published on June 29, 2010 =

Robert Christopher Metsos, 55, was arrested at Larnaca airport at 3 am
while preparing to board a flight to Budapest.

He is suspected of being involved in a Russian spy ring operating in the

U.S. authorities said the spy ring carried out deep-cover work in the
United States to recruit political sources and gather information for
the Russian government.

Authorities in the US charged 11 individuals with the plot, 10 of whom
were arrested on Sunday in Boston, New York, New Jersey and Virginia on
charges including conspiracy to act as unlawful agents of the Russian
Federation and money laundering.

Those charged include: Christopher Metsos, Richard Murphy, Cynthia
Murphy, Donald Heathfield, Tracey Lee Ann Foley, Michael Zottoli,
Patricia Mills, Juan Lazaro, Vicky Pelaez, Anna Chapman and Mikhail
Semenko. All but Metsos were arrested on Sunday.

Metsos was arrested on Monday but was later released on a
=E2=82=AC20,000 bail after agreeing to surrender his travel documents
and appear at a police station every day.

Metsos came to Cyprus on June 17 and stayed at a Larnaca hotel since

His extradition hearing will begin on July 29



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