Talk:The Doll Family

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Plagiarism[edit]

This article really needs to be rewritten. So much of it is a directly plagiarism from the "Prodigies" source cited at the end of the article (but the text is not quoted at all). (unsigned comment by User:24.27.19.156 )

Can you give an example of plagiarism please. I've read through both biographies and the writing is quite different although the facts - obviously - are the same. Rossrs 09:02, 4 September 2006 (UTC)

Plagiarism proof and copyright infringement proof as if any of the pirates at Wikipedia cared[edit]

Here is your proof of plagiarism (plagiarism is crediting oneself rather than the real author) and proof of copyright infringement (copyright infringement is illegal and unauthorized copying):

Wikipedia:

"When the Ringling train shows ended in 1956, the Dolls started touring with the Christiani Circus, living in a trailer they pulled behind their car. The Dolls found this to be an unacceptable situation, so in 1958 they jointly retired."

Prodigies by James G. Mundie:

"When the Ringling train shows ended in 1956, the Doll's started touring with the Christiani Circus, living in a trailer they pulled behind their car. The Doll's found this to be an unacceptable situation, so in 1958 they jointly retired."

All Images and Text (c) James G. Mundie 2003 - 2010

http://www.missioncreep.com/mundie/gallery/little/little11.htm

The plagiarising copyright infringement was added on 23:27, 9 December 2005‎ by user Blumoon531.

70.36.137.226 (talk) 06:09, 28 April 2012 (UTC)

Copyright violations have now been removed. Thank you for bringing this to our attention. -- Dianna (talk) 07:13, 28 April 2012 (UTC)