POW and the Mexican Drug War
Thank you for contributing to Wikipedia, DavidHeshWalker. I noticed you've been updating some of the pages of the Mexican Drug War by adding that the arrested drug lords are prisoners of war (POW). Though it may technically be true, I have never seen arrested drug cartel leaders be referred to as POW by reliable sources and/or books. Do you have any reliable sources backing the updates you made? I am afraid it might have to be erased because it constitutes original research. Thanks again for your updates on Wikipedia. Cheers, ComputerJA (☎ • ✎) 05:28, 11 July 2014 (UTC)
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Nomination of Islamist insurgency in Nigeria for deletion
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