Talk:Rian van Rijbroek

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Created page for a mysterious individual. While her only potential interesting connections only include the notoriously active Willem Vermeend and an UK/Swedish Security/IT-firm, she was brought in 3 days after the AIVD and Dutch Military Intelligence and Security Service revealed to been the source for the investigation led by Robert Mueller, while reacting to an increasingly bigger Dutch problem of minimal capacity of Dutch servers to withstand merely decent Denial-of-service attacks.

Few details I left out;

  1. . Her company received an €300.000 deposition out of the blue with no known projects or promotion (as van Rijbroek doesn't have any contact info whatsoever while she owns a relatively expansive mansion in the Southern Province of Brabant).
  2. . One Dutch stylist (her only known employee) removed her listed internship from '07 to '11 on LinkedIn, following her TV appearance.
  3. . While Kaspersky sued her for remarks she didn't make but was reported to, one wonders why nobody else requested some source.

Maybe she's a pawn for Vermeend. Maybe she's crazy or a very bad actor. Maybe a combination. Please let me know if she raises enough eyebrows to be included here. -- Jun (talk) 07:29, 27 July 2018‎ (UTC)

Interesting and site-relevant stuff Jun. She reminds me of Eliot Higgins and Rami Abdulrahman (among others), both individuals who have made a career out of being useful to the UK SIS's on the alleged misdeeds and wickedness of Russia and Syria respectively. I see no problem including the info you detail on the talk page provided references are cited. --Peter P (talk) 09:08, 27 July 2018 (UTC)
Wikispooks has a lot of very small pages, so I removed Template:Stub. We don't have a Notability policy the way Wikipedia does, so if you're ever in doubt, lean towards inclusion. - Robin (talk) 15:29, 27 July 2018 (UTC)

Will include those details in time, then. Thanks for the feedback Peter. Thanks for clarifying the stub policy Robin. Jun.