Talk:Paper terrorism

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BulbBAn RfC: Which descriptor, if any, can be added in front of Southern Poverty Law Center when referenced in other articles? has been posted at the Southern Poverty Law Center talk page. Your participation is welcomed. – MrX 17:11, 22 September 2012 (UTC)

First Case of Paper Terrorism[edit]

It maybe that the first ever modern incident of paper terrorism was the Scientology crime syndicate and its successful racketeering against the Internal Revenue Service. It might be useful to add a section enumerating some actual incidents of paper terrorism, a term I had not heard of until I saw an article on Christian terrorism in the United States this morning. It looked like Scientology did it first. Damotclese (talk) 19:29, 30 August 2013 (UTC)


I was reading the source for the comment on the SPLC. In the article it stated one instance of someone filing a false report against a judge. The interpretation that it's a 'tactic' used by people against their political opponents (plural) seems off base and a violation of WP:NOR Thorrand (talk) 17:45, 11 March 2015 (UTC)

Greetintgs, Thorrand. WP:NOR applies to Wikipedia editors, not to legitimate sources of references and citations such as the SPLC. It looks like the SPLC is the source of the "research," not the editor(s) which added the text to the extant article, so I don't see any kind of bending of any Wikipedia guidelines anywhere. Damotclese (talk) 17:01, 12 March 2015 (UTC)