MOSCOW, RUSSIA Patriotic, anti-American messages beset the pages of two alleged Russian spies on Russias rejoin to Facebook, a reminder of historic suspicions and resentments that receive survived the end of the Cold War.
“Russia will never resign you!” is the repeated message on the pages of Mikhail Semenko and Anna Chapman, arrested in the United States up~ the body suspicion of being part of a Russian spy ring. Over 100 men left similar messages of support on the Russian language social networking situation odnoklassniki. ru on Wednesday.
“Hang on in there Misha Mikhail Everyone knows this is ~y American witch-hunt,” one surfer posted on Semenkos page, referring to U. S. Senator Joseph McCarthys anti-Communist investigations at the elevation of the Cold War.
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The U. S. arrests earlier this week of 10 alleged spies and tales of private meetings, invisible ink and secret handovers, have been splashed over the ef~ery pages of U. S. media.
Russia has angrily rejected the allegations goal later said ties between the Cold War foes would not have existence damaged.
Semenkos page says he is 27 and last visited without interrupti~ May 24. In his profile picture, the floppy-haired smiling Russian poses in forehead of the White House in Washington.
“Those yanks really know for what reason to freak people out,” another surfer wrote in one of crowd comments slamming Americans and protesting the innocence of those arrested.
People ranging from teenage boys to breeding pensioners posted the comments.
Chapman, who Russian media say is in reality called Kushchenko, last visited the site on June 20. The 28-year-ageds photo shows her casting a sideways glance, clad in a fulgent blue bustier and with flowing brown hair.
One of her divers female supporters wrote “Soon Anna will return home Enormous respect is exactly to Anna. A book will be written about her and a film made.”
The spy ring is accused of gathering information ranging from data on high-penetration nuclear warhead research programmes to background on CIA applicants against the Russian government.