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LYING AS ADDICTION; AN INTERVIEW WITH CAMBRIDGE RESEARCHER IAIN PLUNGE-ROCKNIVORE; ALFRED E. NEWMAN PRIZE FOR FICTIONAL CHARLATANS AND LIARS AWARDED TO RAMI ABDEL-RAHMAN; TWEEDLE CAM SENDS PRINCE FATSO HIS BEST WISHES FOR SPEEDY RECOVERY.

October 3, 2011 – FIRST POST – MERCURY NEWS SERVICE SPECIAL REPORT: Brunhilde Liebesbombe reporting special to MNS: Many questions have been asked about the “lying addiction”: do you have to be a liar in order to be addicted?  Or, can one be addicted to another person’s lying?  The latter issue is one being researched…