Bought during Cold War, Russian mansions accused of housing spies in the US


Bought during Cold War, Russian mansions accused of housing spies in the US

Without warning, American agents descend on a Russian-owned compound in rural Maryland. A similar surprise unfolds at an estate on New York’s Long Island. Both locations are accused of hosting Russian spies on American soil, and once again, two nuclear powers stand at each other’s throats.
Source: Watertown Daily Times Latest News
Bought during Cold War, Russian mansions accused of housing spies in the US

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