Wikipedia:Arbitration/Requests/Enforcement/Archive19

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Anon IPs[edit]


Lokyz[edit]

Violation of the Balkans decision after being notified with {{uw-balkans}}[edit]

User:67.167.55.3 has repeatedly vandalized Albanians in Serbia [10],[11],[12]. I could just let him succumb to AIV, but I thought he should be blocked longer than he would from AIV because of his defiance of the ArbCom. (case here) J.delanoygabsadds 19:02, 30 March 2008 (UTC)

Is this a returning user or just a nonce vandal? Unless it's a recurrent problem, I guess we can just handle it as simple vandalism. I've blocked 24h. Fut.Perf. 19:44, 30 March 2008 (UTC)
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User:Atabek[edit]


ScienceApologist[edit]

Talk:Family Force 5 (Specifically User:Landon1980)[edit]


User:Tulkolahten[edit]


A day and a half later[edit]


Jeff Merkey is back in violation of ban[edit]

Privatemusings[edit]


Reincarnation of user banned during Arbcom?[edit]

Anti-in popular culture/anti-trivia accounts Dannycali, Burntsauce, and Eyrian were banned in the Alkivar and subsequent Eyrian arbitration cases. Those familiar with those cases should look at these contribs. Notice, the editor under question has an incrediblye large gap in edits:

  • 21:39, 5 April 2007 (hist) (diff) m Helen Keller‎ (→Removing vandalization)
  • 07:16, 20 December 2006 (hist) (diff) Talk:Armenian Power‎ (Request for page to be locked.)

He also expresses an opinion strikingly similar to the banned socks associated with the above mentioned cases and seems to be picking up today where the banned accounts left off. More specifically, his main contributions for today focuses on starting and participating in a new AfD (Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Classical elements in popular culture (second nomination)) for the same article previously nominated by banned account Eyrian (Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/Classical elements in popular culture). And the use of death as a metaphor for what should happen to these kinds of articles is also consistent with what we have seen in previous AfDs associated with the now banned accounts. Nevertheless, to be fair, based on this edit, I could be wrong (Eyrian was almost never nice to me), so I'll leave it to someone else's judgment. Sincerely, --Le Grand Roi des CitrouillesTally-ho! 02:54, 6 April 2008 (UTC)

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ScienceApologist[edit]

Reincarnation of user banned during Arbcom?[edit]

PHG and Légion d'honneur[edit]