Talk:Motives for spying

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Christopher Cooke[edit]

One notable example of a spy motivated primarily by excitement, however, is Christopher Cooke, who claimed to be fascinated with espionage, and who told investigators that he specifically sought to involve himself in spycraft for that reason.

-- The Christopher Cooke article has been deleted for being nonsense, should it not be deleted from here too? Who is Christopher Cooke? There doesn't seem to be anything online about him... —Preceding unsigned comment added by Joffer (talkcontribs) 22:09, 29 June 2010 (UTC)