User talk:ISTB351

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R v Huhne and Pryce[edit]

Thank you for your message regarding the sources of my edits on R v Huhne and Pryce. The legal arguments did in fact start on 14 January, as confirmed by court lists. It is the trial concerning the facts that starts next week. Therefore before you call my edits "simply factually untrue assertions", please get your own facts straight! :P

Secondly, can you explain your claim that "court lists can only be used in rare circumstances"? As official government reports, aren't these reliable enough to be included on their own (for example, many Wikipedia articles on legal precedents simply reference the official court reports)? I doubt that they can truly be called "primary" sources. Court lists are provided by HMCS on a separate website; they are not written by the parties involved in the event. The Wikipedia guide that you pointed me towards does not include any reference to court lists that backs up your assertion.

Furthermore, you say "Whenever any kind of analysis is offered, a third party independent and secondary source must be given". I don't understand why you have said this. Both the fact that the trial started on 14 February and the fact that an order has been issued under the Contempt of Court Act were taken directly from the court lists. That's not 'analysis'; it's facts as reported in the sources.

(Disclaimer: I am not familiar with editing on Wikipedia so if I have honestly misunderstood something please do correct me!) 79.77.211.188 (talk) 18:13, 28 January 2013 (UTC)

Replied at IP talk. ISTB351 (talk) (contributions) 02:50, 29 January 2013 (UTC)

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