Harvard Headlines: Kennedy School Grad in Alleged Russian Espionage Ring

Donald Heathfield, M.P.A. ’00, has been arrested by the F.B.I. on charges of belonging to a group of secret agents working for Russia.

The F.B.I. arrested 11 people on Monday on charges of belonging to a Russian espionage ring (as reported by the New York Times). Among these is Donald Heathfield, M.P.A. ’00, whose classmates at the Kennedy School of Government, the Times also reports, recall that he was vague about his own ambitions but closely followed the careers of his peers after graduation.

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