When Russian spies lived on Seattle's Capitol Hill
In the early 2000s ten Russian nationals were living normal lives in the United States. They went to school, got jobs, and tried to infiltrate the inner circles of U.S. policymakers and businesses to send information back to Russia.
One couple was living on Capitol Hill in Seattle. It's a story James Ross Gardner told in the November issue of Seattle Met Magazine. Bill Radke speaks with Gardner about that story.