Two years ago, American authorities rounded up a Russian spy ring — including a couple from Cambridge who were living under the false identities of Donald Howard Heathfield and Tracey Lee Ann Foley. They were among about a dozen people arrested for espionage and eventually sent back to Russia.
Now there's a new twist on the story: U.S. authorities say the spies were planning to recruit their own children to become agents — encouraging them, if you will — to join the family business. That includes the Cambridge couple, who were allegedly grooming their young son, Tim Foley, to be a Russian spy.
- Devlin Barrett, reportor for The Wall Street Journal
This segment aired on July 26, 2012.