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I would like to add a section on Daniel Sheehan's wikipedia page describing his work with the Karen Silkwood Case. I have a link to archived articles and court documents about the case that reference daniel sheehan and his role in the case. If I write a summary of this section in an expository fashion, and insert the source links to the articles/documents at appropriate locations, will that be concrete enough to allow my additional section to stand? thank you NoahX76 (talk) 00:25, 26 March 2016 (UTC)
@NoahX76: That sounds like a good idea, but please take a look at WP:PRIMARY. Court documents are always better with supporting commentary from independent sources. In fact, it's best to build content around the secondary sources, and only use court documents to fill in details. Make sure to check Karen Silkwood also. The section of that article about the case lacks sources, so you may be able to solve both problems. Also, make sure content added is primarily about Sheehan first and foremost, otherwise it probably doesn't belong. Grayfell (talk) 04:22, 26 March 2016 (UTC)