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Hey Kndimov, I saw you made some minor edits to the page for AIG, and I was wondering if you wouldn't mind helping me make a few more. I have a paid-COI w/r/t to AIG, so I'd rather avoid making these edits myself, but the annual data in the infobox is outdated. I linked my sandbox on the talk page with the relevant, appropriately sourced changes, but I haven't gotten any responses. Any chance you could take a look? I really appreciate any feedback. --FacultiesIntact (talk) 00:53, 11 June 2015 (UTC)
Kndimov, could you take a look at the Bulgarian language sources in this version of the Evelin Banev article: ? A significant dispute has arisen over the direction of the article, and we need an editor with Bulgarian language skills to evaluate the content and reliability of the non-English sources. I'm a an American lawyer, and I've been able to gain a basic understanding of the subject's criminal prosecutions in Italy and Bulgaria from English-language sources like The Sofia Globe and Novinite.com, but I want to ensure we are not missing a significant portion of the story being told in reliable Bulgarian media. Please let me know of your availability to help. Dirtlawyer1 (talk) 15:23, 10 July 2015 (UTC)
- Hi again. I could really use your help -- or if you're too busy, it would be helpful if you could recommend another editor or two who have strong Bulgarian language skills. Thanks. Dirtlawyer1 (talk) 22:54, 12 July 2015 (UTC)
- So this is what I got so far from the Bulgarian sources. The sixth footnote, after the sentence "It is scheduled to be heard on 22 September 2015" is correct. Apparently there will be a hearing before "the Supreme Court in Rome" involving Banev and drugs.
- What I don't understand is why the third footnote is used in the introduction. The heading says that Banev is not currently under investigation, yet this is used to support a sentence that says he has been convicted. The article goes on to say that Banev is required to notify the police if he changes his address. The minister of interior maintains that this is not "probation" and is not a form of punishment. (Which is weird because he isn't being investigated....) This source doesn't prove any of the claims made in the preceding sentence and should be removed. -- Kndimov (talk) 00:05, 13 July 2015 (UTC)