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Posted at 01:16 PM ET, 06/10/2012

Read this: The fake British spy; KSM’s bad side; Obama’s basketball years

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Halligen in happier times. (Obtained by The Post)
Do you enjoy stories about high-flying phonies? Meet Kevin Halligen, the pretend British spy who charmed a network of Washington insiders into supporting his allegedly do-nothing consulting business and whose splashy wedding to a Commerce Department lawyer at Evermay estate was a total charade (he refused to sign a marriage license, and an actor posed as the officiant). An absorbing saga by our colleague Kevin Sullivan.


Khalid Sheik Mohammed: Not his best angle. (Handout via AFP/Getty Images)
Speaking of international creeps, you know what drove Khalid Sheikh Mohammed crazy? That rumpled-hair photo of him from his 2003 capture. A new book reviewed today, “The Hunt for KSM,” says the agents who arrested him mussed his ’do to make him look nuttier for the photo, and that the “Kevin Bacon of terrorism” later begged the Red Cross to help him get a more flattering portrait released.

In other news: Barry Obama, the high school basketball years.

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