Draft talk:Berkhamsted child rape network

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Proposed rewrite[edit]

I've had look at the proposed rewrite at Talk:Berkhamsted child rape network/Temp, and I'm afraid it still contains many phrases copied (for no good reason) from the sources – please see here. These might perhaps not be enough to trigger an alarm in a new article, but in this case they are simply the remnants of the earlier copying of non-free content, and so need to be removed. Will you deal with that or do you want me to? Justlettersandnumbers (talk) 21:34, 21 January 2019 (UTC)

Hi Justlettersandnumbers, please identify exactly which phrases you believe are in the article "for no good reason" in the table below. Tots & little ones matter! (talk) 23:20, 23 January 2019 (UTC)

Reason this page was made a draft[edit]

This page was blanked out as a copyright violation and changed to a draft largely because it had names of criminal offences, prison sentences and quotes by judges and investigators which exactly matched text in some of its referenced sources. These matches triggered a copyright violation alert.

I have improved the copyvio score mainly by removing most names of criminal offences. However, I was told the page continues to be considered ineligible for inclusion in Wikipedia for copyright reasons. The phrases still considered a copyright violation are in the table below:

Match Purpose Source(s)
Hertfordshire Constabulary's Child Online Safeguarding Team Proper noun Hertfordshire Constabulary
"more than 50 other law enforcement agencies" Quoting a person IBTimes, Hertfordshire Constabulary, BBC
"no stone has been left unturned" Quoting a person Hertfordshire Constabulary, BBC
in the criminal justice system Quoting a person, Technical term, Already in Wikipedia IBTimes
"time and again to read about and sift through the evidence and detail of sexual depravity, very often involving children" Quoting a person IBTimes
face a "lifetime of difficulties" Quoting a person BBC
"mercilessly exploited children for his own sexual gratification" Quoting a person IBTimes, Hertfordshire Constabulary, Gov.UK
"reflects the disturbing nature of his actions" Quoting a person IBTimes, Hertfordshire Constabulary
"It was clear that Child cynically manipulated and took advantage of her for many years." Quoting a person Sussex Police, Bexhill Observer
six years and eight months Prison sentence Hemel Today
found guilty on 7 December Date of conviction BBC
the sex offenders' register for life Criminal penalty Hemel Today
Sexual Harm Prevention Order Proper noun Sussex Police, Bexhill Observer, Hemel Today, Mix96
five years and three months Prison sentence IBTimes, Hertfordshire Constabulary, Herts Advertiser, BBC, CPS.Gov.UK
was increased to seven and a half years Prison sentence Herts Advertiser, Sussex Police (Coincidence: Bruce Child also sentenced to seven and a half years), Bexhill Observer (Coincidence: Bruce Child also sentenced to seven and a half years)
licence. Lady Justice Macur said Two different paragraphs, should not matter Herts Advertiser
"did not adequately reflect the total criminality of Robert Lindsay" Quoting a person Herts Advertiser
"will have had a devastating and lasting effect on their victims" Quoting a person Gov.UK
sexual activity with a child Criminal offence IBTimes, Hertfordshire Constabulary, Herts Advertiser, BBC, Gov.UK, CPS.Gov.UK, Hemel Today
sentenced to two years Prison sentence Hertfordshire Constabulary, Herts Advertiser, BBC
category B images Criminal offence The Comet
20 category C images Criminal offence The Comet

Tots & little ones matter! (talk) 23:13, 23 January 2019 (UTC)