July 11th, 2010
03:07 PM ET

Russian swapped for spies is in England, brother says

A Russian scientist who was part of a swap for 10 Russian spies caught in the United States is now in England, his brother told CNN Sunday.

Igor Sutyagin "is in a small town on the outskirts of London," but doesn't know exactly where, his brother Dmitry said.

"He thinks he needs to take stock and consider what's going on in Russia, (and) in England," said Dmitry Sutyagin, who lives just outside Moscow.

Sutyagin was convicted of espionage in Russia in 2004, according to Human Rights Watch, which said his trial and conviction were seriously flawed.


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  1. Brian

    New details emerge about how Russian spies like Anna Chapman were outed…apparently daughter poisoned neighbor’s lemonade stand with polonium-210…oopsie!

    Hilarious article, read it here:


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