Maryland doctors turned alleged spies say they were just providing aid

Wednesday was day two of the trial against a pair of Maryland doctors turned alleged Russian spies. Security at the courthouse was higher than normal. During cross examination the court heard, "that Russian intelligence is actively seeking to identify U.S. undercover agents," according to defense attorney Chris Mead, much like the FBI agent who testified in court wearing a disguise and using a fake name. In person, it's been "no comment" from the co-defendants. But in court, the jury continues to hear from the married couple on tape.