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The Russian agents were tasked by "Moscow centre" to report about US policy in Central America, US interpretation of Russian foreign policy, problems with US military policy, and "United States policy with regard to the use of the Internet by terrorists." According to the media reports, planning by the FBI to have the "illegals" arrested began in mid-June 2010, but the action was hastened reportedly by some members of the group intending to travel outside the US as well as by Anna Chapman's growing concern about having been exposed. They charged the individuals with money laundering (which can carry a penalty of up to 20 years' imprisonment) and failing to register as agents of a foreign government.

No charges were offered that the individuals involved gained access to classified material, though contacts were made with a former intelligence official and with a scientist involved in developing bunker buster bombs.

On August 8, 2010, the United Kingdom's tabloid Sunday Express cited an unidentified "source close to MI6" as saying, "There was a deal on the table just before she caught her connecting flight to Moscow.

The secret service intercepted her on her flight back from America to Vienna, where her plane landed to refuel.

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She later worked in London at Net Jets, Barclays Bank, and allegedly at a few other companies for brief periods.Shortly after the arrests, the British Guardian commented: "The FBI operation represents the biggest penetration of the SVR communications in recent memory.The FBI read their emails, decrypted their intel, read the embedded coded texts on images posted on the net, bugged their mobile phones, videotaped the passing of bags of cash and messages in invisible ink from one agent to another, and hacked into their bogus expenses claims.Anna was having none of it though and told them in no uncertain terms that she wished to return to Russia." According to a report by The Wall Street Journal in early August 2010, the real Juan Lazaro died of respiratory failure in 1947 in Uruguay at age 3, with Vasenkov having presumably used the dead toddler's birth certificate to build a persona.

According to a file kept by the Peruvian Interior Ministry that The Wall Street Journal cited, Vasenkov flew on March 13, 1976, from Madrid to Lima on a Uruguayan passport in the name of Juan Jose Lazaro Fuentes.

The Illegals Program (so named by the United States Department of Justice) was a network of Russian sleeper agents under non-official cover.