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- Alex Harvey (musician) (check to confirm | fix with Dab solver)
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Good work expanding the John Dillinger article, but I'd draw your attention to Wikipedia policy on "editorializing" (articles should avoid using editorial-voice terms like "obviously" and "interestingly") and Wikipedia's fundamental need for sources. Although you've been providing a lot of sources, Wikipedia needs a clear source for every fact in the article. If you're only drawing from a few sources, that's fine, but every sentence or paragraph should be unambiguously sourced to one or another. Anything left unsourced is likely to be taken out by another editor in the future if they can't find where you got it from. --McGeddon (talk) 13:02, 2 May 2014 (UTC)
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