Russian spy Anna Chapman to reveal 'all secrets'

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January 21, 2011 13:01

 
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MOSCOW — Russian spy Anna Chapman is enticing viewers to turn into her new Russian television show by promising to reveal "all secrets."

But the secrets will not be about her undercover work in the United States — they are about the mysteries of the world.

The director of documentary programs at private REN-TV said Friday night's debut of the program hosted by Chapman will focus on stigmata and other skin marks.

So far, however, there are no plans for a show on the secrets of espionage, Mikhail Tukmachyov said in an interview published Friday in the newspaper Komsomolskaya Pravda.

The 28-year-old Chapman was one of 10 Russian agents exposed in the US and deported last summer in the biggest spy swap since the Cold War. She has not publicly discussed her role as a spy.

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