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  • Post on Falun Gong editing. – The contents formed basis of my thoughts and arguments that later appeared as an essay summarising my experiences and the challenges I faced when editing Falun Gong, as well as a user analysis I conducted on several people who frequent Falun Gong articles. The essay was heavily redacted in response to concerns by removing any reference to individual users but was still forcibly deleted in violation of my First Amendment rights by User:EdJohnston pursuant to an AE case. The editor who consistently opposed me in my Falun Gong editing, opened the case seeking to have me topic-banned, but the case gained no traction that EdJ (and the abovementioned Falun Gong editor) took it upon themselves to resurrect it 123 times as "unresolved". It is worth noting that EdJ seemed inclined initially to close the case with no action but appears to have been badgered to attack my First Amendment rights. -- Ohc ¡digame! 04:24, 8 May 2015 (UTC)

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