Talk:The Doll Family
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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:126.96.36.199 )
- 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
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):
"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
The plagiarising copyright infringement was added on 23:27, 9 December 2005 by user Blumoon531.