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Mixed decision in phony Scrolls email appeal

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NEW YORK (AP) — Evidence in a rare Internet impersonation case showed that a highly educated defendant broke the law by trying to "damage the careers and livelihoods" of scholars caught up in an academic debate about the Dead Sea Scrolls, a New York appeals court ruled in a mixed decision made public Wednesday. The Appellate Division's First Department threw out a single identity theft charge...

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