Man Convicted of Impersonating Scholar

October 1, 2010

A jury on Thursday convicted Raphael Haim Golb, a real estate lawyer, of impersonating a New York University professor and others who disagreed with the theories of Golb's father about the Dead Sea Scrolls, The New York Times reported. Golb claimed that that e-mails at the center of the case were parodies and not meant to be taken seriously.

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