Court Weighs Severity of Impersonation on the Internet

, New York Law Journal

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The behavior of a man who assumed a false identity to discredit scholars who were in a professional dispute with the man's father over the origins of the Dead Sea Scrolls is "absolutely ubiquitous" in the Internet age and is not criminal, the man's lawyer told the state Court of Appeals Tuesday.

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  • Quixote

    The case is documented at:

    http://raphaelgolbtrial.wordpress.com/

  • Duchat

    An Amicus brief by the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers can be found at:
    http://raphaelgolbtrial.files.wordpress.com/2011/11/raphael-golb-amicus-brief.pdf

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