Russian spies are watching us
Two more people arrested under the accusation of being Russian agents were found guilty by a federal judge in Virginia, and revealed their true identities to the federal authorities. Michael Zottoli and Patricia Mills were a couple living in Arlington, Virginia, and were described by their neighbors as being friendly and social. They were thought to be Canadian and American and to have graduated a business program at the University of Washington. The truth is that the two are Russians and are named Mikhail Kutzik and Natalia Pereverzeva. Pereverzeva declared that her family still lives in Russia.
Authorities declared that Mikhail Kutzik and Natalia Pereverzeva, along with Mikhail Semenko, have been seen collecting special computer equipment that was used for exchanging secret messages with the Russian intelligence service. Federal prosecutors are trying to keep judges from releasing the Arlington couple on bail.
The group was not treated very harsh and was charged for serving as undercover agents of a foreign government that did not register with the United States Department of Justice. Mikhail Kutzik and Natalia Pereverzeva pleaded not guilty to the accusations but they were confronted with the overwhelming evidence coming from the 10 people arrested on the 27th of June, and who were too living under fake identities in the United States.11