Why did you delete my page on Robbery laws in the United States? It is relevant and there is no other page like it on Wikipedia. It lists the penalties for robbery in all 50 states and is useful for people charged with the crime or who are doing research on law or robbery in particular. I have done nothing to warrant blocking. I have not done anything stated on the blocking policy page for this site. The page directly says that blocking is not supposed to be used for punishment. My article has a citation and contains accurate information on the crime of robbery. I personally searched each state's robbery statute to find information on this topic. The website I have cited provides a link to the robbery statute for every state. If you don't believe that this information is accurate, you can look it up for yourself. Also, the article is relevant to people who have an interest in law and robbery. It might not be relevant to you, but you are the only person to complain about this.Lethalninja (talk) 14:58, 30 April 2017 (UTC)
I have already read the guidelines and what Wikipedia is not, so tell me, what in particular is not notable about it? Robbery has received significant coverage in reliable sources that are independent of the subject. Robbery is a huge topic in culture and society and many people have been convicted of bank robbery, armed robbery, aggravated robbery, unarmed robbery, home invasion robbery, strong-arm robbery, attempted robbery, purse snatching, carjacking, hijacking, felony murder during one of these crimes, mandatory minimums, three-strikes laws, and eighty-five percent laws due to these crimes. Robbery is notable enough that when you hear the word, you think of a man pointing a gun at someone, screaming "Give me the money!" or a man passing a note to a bank teller demanding money. If you type in robbery movies, there will be 51 results immediately listed and 50 results on IMDb. What else would you call that, other than notable? If you tell me what is not notable about it, then I will not post it anymore. One more question, is my page on Voluntary manslaughter laws in the United States notable or not?Lethalninja (talk) 15:29, 30 April 2017 (UTC)
Did you delete my page on Voluntary manslaughter laws in the United States or just the page for robbery? Please tell me what is not notable about the robbery page. There is nothing on either the guidelines or what Wikipedia is not that proves the non-notability of my article.Lethalninja (talk) 15:42, 30 April 2017 (UTC)
Can you please stop redirecting my articles until you tell me what is not notable about them and if I continue to post them after you have told me? I asked you two hours ago, but you still haven't answered. If you are going to redirect my pages, at least give me a reason why, other than telling me to read the guidelines and what Wikipedia is not. I already told you that I have read those two pages and see nothing relating to my articles, so can you please just tell me what I need to fix?Lethalninja (talk) 17:29, 30 April 2017 (UTC)
┌────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────────┘@Lethalninja: Everything has already been explained to you, it is just not notable! I owe you no more answers. This time it wasn't me who reverted you. You are already engaging in an edit war which is again likely to cause a block on your account. SInce I have told you everything I had to ,we're done talking here. — LeoFrank Talk 17:48, 30 April 2017 (UTC)
This is my last comment. There is an article called "List of punishments for murder in the United States" that lists the punishment for murder in all 50 states. My articles "Voluntary manslaughter laws in the United States" and "Robbery laws in the United States" do the same thing except for different crimes. Why is the first article notable, but mine are not? Is it because the first page defines murder and my pages don't define voluntary manslaughter or robbery? That is the only major difference between that article and my articles. Please respond to this post and tell me if that is the reason why. If it is, I will be satisfied with your answer. If it is not, please tell me the reason. If you tell me the reason, I will either correct my articles or not post them. That is a promise. Thank you.Lethalninja (talk) 17:59, 30 April 2017 (UTC)
Please respond to my last comment. Thank you.Lethalninja (talk) 19:06, 30 April 2017 (UTC)
Hi there. I noticed that you were reverting an editors removal of a PROD template. Any editor (even IPs or the article creator) can remove a PROD template for any reason (or no reason at all) and once it is removed it should not be readded (see WP:CONTESTED.) Further, your usage of rollback in this scenario was inappropriate and not in accordance with our guidelines for utilizing the tool, to quote "[it is] considered inappropriate to use [rollback] in situations where an explanatory edit summary would normally be expected," in this case you improperly restored the removal of a PROD template, then rolledback any further attempts to remove it, then redirected the page and utilized rollback to enforce your action. Utilizing rollback in a content dispute is unacceptable (the same way utilizing admin tools is not allowed) and therefore I have removed your access to the tool. Finally, I remind you to be patient when dealing with newcomers, it is clear that this user was new and did not understand our policy however their edits are not simple vandalism and jumping right to a level 2 and then level 4 warning is not acceptable. We have graduated warnings for a reason and it is our obligation to assume the best of intentions and to explain our policies rather than simply stating "I owe you no more answers". We were all new and ignorant of Wikipedia's myriad of policies once and it is crucial to keep that in mind when dealing with new users. Thank you, Mifter (talk) 19:26, 30 April 2017 (UTC)
@Mifter: Thank you for your suggestion. I accept my mistake on both with dealing with the editor and with using rollback and I agree I lost my patience with the editor. I will keep these things in mind while editing from now on. Thank you. — LeoFrank Talk 15:40, 1 May 2017 (UTC)
Hello, Please let me know if you can help create a couple of pages on wikipedia on two different subjects. Thanks, Ammeet K Agarwal President & CEO Supreme Aviation India +91 9870811224 Ammeet@supremeaviation.com — Preceding unsigned comment added by 188.8.131.52 (talk) 05:44, 6 June 2017 (UTC)
Hi Leo Frank, Why are you constantly removing the content from Hyderabad Metro Rail article. It is not a crime to display the local language on WIkipedia. It is 100% acceptable. Please correct me, if I am wrong.
Why do you always undo the edits on Hyderabad Metro Rail page? Using local language is acceptable on Wikipedia.
Hello, I noticed you have recently resumed editing at Wikipedia. Just wanted to say welcome back and hope you stick around, I appreciated your edits! — Sunnya343✈ (háblame • my work) 01:48, 17 October 2017 (UTC)
@Sunnya343: Thank you for that. But I am not sure about sticking around. This community has gone from bad to worse. They get more tolerant towards disruptive editors and good ones are always targeted and demonized. It may just not be worth continuing here. — LeoFrank Talk 05:32, 18 October 2017 (UTC)