Poteyev, pictured in Kabul, was charged over the exposure of 10 sleeper agents in the United States, Daily Mail
The Russian media this week trumpeted the death of Colonel Aleksandr Poteyev, the spy found guilty for being an American mole. But it’s unclear he’s dead, or that he was even a mole in the first place.
Images of J. Edgar Hoover and encased spy paraphernalia are scattered throughout. At centre stage, when you walk in, is a scale-model replica of the JFK hangar where the 1978 Lufthansa heist—the one Martin Scorsese dramatized in GoodFellas—took place. Off to the left is a roped-off and perfectly in-tact commercial airliner wheel, which was recovered from wreckage of the former World Trade Center. As you move along the far-left wall of the room, you notice that there hangs an object somewhat out of place in such recognizable memorabilia of criminal notoriety. The designer handbag, the casual visitor to the G-men’s shrine is reliably informed in a written plaque and accompanying photograph of its former red-head owner trotting along the streets of Manhattan with it slung over her shoulder, once belonged to Anna Chapman.
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WNU Editor: I have been told that if you do not see the body .... he is not dead.
More News On Reports That The Double Agent Who Exposed Russian Agent Anna Chapman's Spy Ring Has Died In The US
Mystery over claims that Russian double agent, 64, who exposed glamour spy Anna Chapman has died in US -- Daily Mail
Infamous Russian Double Agent Dies In U.S. — Reports -- Moscow Times
Russian ‘traitor’ who exposed Anna Chapman's spy ring dead in US – reports -- RT
Russian Senator Doubts Ex-Agent Poteyev's Reported Death in US 'Fake' -- Sputnik
Former Russian Security Chief Thinks US Faked Double Agent’s Death For Witness Protection Program -- Daily Caller