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User:Minimansion e-mailed me claiming to be this gentleman's publicist. Very polite, very professional and with plenty of contact info for verification. I'll share the e-mail with other admins via e-mail due to the contact info I received should you wish. I'll fix the styling a bit to make it more NPOV. - Lucky 6.9
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History deleted to remove copyrighted text
Unfortunately, the entire history of this article was about half full of copyrighted text – specifically, the 'Biography' section was not freely-licensed work. The MySpace page given as a reference was dead, with a note that the account had been deleted. The text, however, was also available at http://www.ci.mount-vernon.ny.us/seasonal_activities/summerbreeze/pdf/Summer%20%20Breeze%20ONLY.pdf , which is copyrighted, so there was really no choice but to delete the history.
Prior to doing so, however, I removed the text in question. I then restored only that version as a foundation from which to build a new biography of Eddie F. If there are questions, please leave a note on my talk page. Thanks. - KrakatoaKatie 20:01, 14 October 2007 (UTC)