Saga of Hawaii ‘Spy’ Couple Pictured in KGB Garb Gets Even Weirder in Court

U.S. District Court for the District of Hawaii

A Hawaii woman prosecutors say lived under an assumed identity for decades—and may have ties to Russian intelligence—doubled down on the alleged charade during a detention hearing with her husband on Tuesday.

Asked by U.S. Magistrate Judge Rom Trader to state her name, Gwynn Darle Morrison replied, “They are calling me Gwynn Darle Morrison.”

In 1987, Morrison, 67, and husband Walter Glenn Primrose, also 67, used the birth certificates of two dead Texas infants to begin a years-long masquerade as “Bobby Edward Fort” and “Julie Lyn Montague,” according to a criminal complaint first reported last week by The Daily Beast. In 1988, the feds say the couple—who had already wed as Walter Primrose and Gwynn Morrison—remarried each other “under their respective assumed identities,” the feds say.

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