WASHINGTON (WKOW) -- Two Obama administration sources say the Russian government will release four people in the spy swap with the United States.
Supposedly, the number of alleged spies the Russians are freeing came as 10 defendants accused of spying for Russia have told a federal judge in New York that they are pleading guilty.
An Obama administration official and an administration source both spoke anonymously because papers in the spy case are in the process of being released to the public. The names of those being released by Russia have not yet been disclosed.
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