In public, they appeared to live ordinary American lives — working regular jobs and walking their kids to school.They posed as Canadians.

But, authorities say, 11 people accused in the U.S. of being "deep cover" Russian spies were anything but ordinary — speaking in code, engaging in covert money exchanges and communicating via private wireless networks.This is especially upsetting after a week as Obama shared the hamburgers with Medvedev. Apparently our spies were after American nuclear secrets .

It is hard to be a Russian spy nowadays -not the same respect as during sweet Cold War times.

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