Cynthia Murphy

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'''Cynthia A. Murphy''', nee '''Cynthia A. Hopkins''' [[Master of Business Administration|MBA]] '[[2010|10]] (real name unknown) was a Russian spy, until she was arrested in June just after her graduation. Her mission while at the [[Business School]] was to make connections with high profile professors who might themselves be connected to more influential people. She lived in "deep cover" in [[New Jersey]], and extended Columbia's long tradition of harboring Russian spies into the 21st century.
 
'''Cynthia A. Murphy''', nee '''Cynthia A. Hopkins''' [[Master of Business Administration|MBA]] '[[2010|10]] (real name unknown) was a Russian spy, until she was arrested in June just after her graduation. Her mission while at the [[Business School]] was to make connections with high profile professors who might themselves be connected to more influential people. She lived in "deep cover" in [[New Jersey]], and extended Columbia's long tradition of harboring Russian spies into the 21st century.

Revision as of 22:32, 12 October 2013

See also Wikipedia's article about "Illegals Program".
Murphy's CUID[1]

Cynthia A. Murphy, nee Cynthia A. Hopkins MBA '10 (real name unknown) was a Russian spy, until she was arrested in June just after her graduation. Her mission while at the Business School was to make connections with high profile professors who might themselves be connected to more influential people. She lived in "deep cover" in New Jersey, and extended Columbia's long tradition of harboring Russian spies into the 21st century.

Bond parody posters

To commemorate the incident, Bwog published somme student artwork of parody James Bond posters (though the second one appears to be based on the ubiquitous Anna Chapman rather than Murphy):

External Links

References

  1. http://vault.fbi.gov/ghost-stories-russian-foreign-intelligence-service-illegals/images/cynthia-murphys-columbia-university-card-photo-1/view
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