Sounds paranoid, right?
Bend Me Shape Me’s Dr. Mordechai Levinson isn’t Russian, but he would probably use this news story to justify what he’s doing to Snow Ramirez’s brother and his other patients.
The Wall Street Journal suggests children reared in the U.S. were potentially more valuable in spy terms than their parents because they would be more likely to pass government background checks.
Scene: The home of Heathfield and the Foleys in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The suspected spies’ homes were bugged and information suggests spies were trying to recruit more of their children
The Russian agents were controlled by the SVR, or Foreign Intelligence Service. They were detained in 2010 and found guilty of acting illegally as agents of a foreign government.