Ah, Anna Chapman: the Russian spy who gave us all reason to believe that James Bond movies were more realistic for the women than the gizmos. Since returning to her native Motherland, Ms. Chapman has become something of a celebrity for her botched American espionage — which is exactly the opposite of what you’d think a spy would want, but who are we to judge? — and now has her own magazine column in the Russian tabloid Komsomolskaya Pravda along with a campaign to make her a standard country pin-up figure.
The only problem is that Ms. Chapman is terrible at hiding things…namely, how she plagiarized an entire section of her most recent article about how Alexander Pushkin could have stopped the Russian Revolution had he been alive. Yikes! What spy school did she graduate from again? Read More