Talk:Michael Ross (Mossad officer)

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In the past few days, Canadian journalist Rachel Marsden and others have exposed "Michael Ross" as a total fraud. I don't know how Wikipedia deals with cases like this. But Michael Ross, supposed Mossad agent, never existed even in relation to a real person. His real name is Michael Burrows. He lives in Canada. Never served in the IDF or Mossad. Richard Silverstein (talk) 10:01, 12 June 2013 (UTC)

Seems that Rachel Marsden had outed his assumed name in Canada or vice versa on twitter. And I can no longer find the article she published on her website. So maybe best leave it to providence to disclose the truth eventually. In the meantime I suggest that the name be treated as a nom de plume and the real author as unknown, and authenticity as also unproven. Petedavo talk contributions 05:53, 12 May 2014 (UTC)