Fate of spy's sons still unclear after swap
The sons of a Yonkers woman who pleaded guilty to spying for Russia may eventually meet their mother in her native Peru after she was deported to Moscow yesterday.
A lawyer for Vicky Pelaez says that Pelaez only plead guilty to spying for Russia for the safety of her family and sons, and that she has lost more than any of the admitted spies.
Pelaez was shipped to Moscow yesterday as part of the largest spy-swap since the Cold War. She is expected to be allowed to return to Peru, where she met her husband, and where her family has a ranch.
Pelaez's sons have left their Yonkers home since it now belongs to the U.S. government. The Associated Press is reporting that the sons have left or are in the process of leaving the United States. But Pelaez's attorney tells News 12 Westchester that her two sons plan on staying here in the states.
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