Anna Mikhaylovna Prokopchukа (Russian: Анна Михайловна Прокопчук) a Russian and former Nazi collaborator, originally from the city of Dyatkovo. She was a teen when Germans entered her town and slaughtered civilians, including her family. Anna was not killed, but instead made to execute Russian prisoners on her captor's behalf. Boys and men were brought outside of town and stood at the edge of a pit, which they then fell into for mass burial, once she shot them. Anna recalls that the first time she was made to do this, the Germans gave her so much to drink beforehand that she could hardly stand.
Before the Red Army took back Dyatkovo, Anna fled to Germany, where she was treated for venereal disease contracted from sleeping with Nazi officers. She changed her name to Natalia Konina, met and married John Granholm (an American medic), and after the war settled in Newton, MA. Natalie became a nurse; she and John raised two daughters and now have a grandchild. John remained unaware of Anna/Natalia's early war activities.
In mid-1984, The Center suspected it had located Anna, and sent the Jennings to investigate. Based on evidence they collected, the Jennings were then ordered to assassinate her. Philip remained unconvinced they had positively identified the correct person; Elizabeth assures him they will make certain it's her before taking action. The Jennings break into Natalie's home as she's setting the table for dinner, and though she initially claims she does not know who or what they are talking about, when her husband arrives home, she confesses the truth about her identity.
Philip is moved by Anna's story and hesitates to shoot her. Seeing this, Elizabeth quickly shoots John and then Natalie.