We provide a compressive-measurement based method to detect susceptible agents who may receive misinformation through their contact with 'stubborn agents' whose goal is to influence the opinions of agents in the network. We consider a DeGroot-type opinion dynamics model where regular agents revise their opinions by linearly combining their neighbors' opinions, but stubborn agents, while influencing others, do not change their opinions. Our proposed method hinges on estimating the temporal difference vector of network-wide opinions, computed at time instances when the stubborn agents interact. We show that this temporal difference vector has approximately the same support as the locations of the susceptible agents. Moreover, both the interaction instances and the temporal difference vector can be estimated from a small number of aggregated opinions. The performance of our method is studied both analytically and empirically. We show that the detection error decreases when the social network is better connected, or when the stubborn agents are 'less talkative'.