Hello. I think I screwed it up. Apparently I didn't research on the source. I received this piece of information by e-mail from a friend. I thought he wrote it. Oh, well, I'm sorry. I'll be more careful in the future.
I also noticed that this page here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hans-Adam_II_of_Liechtenstein
Has the same text as this one here: http://www.nationmaster.com/encyclopedia/Hans-Adam-II-of-Liechtenstein
So, where does it say that the editor can re-post it?
P.S.: Wikipedia ROCKS!! :)
Rbuitrago 05:30, 13 Apr 2004 (UTC)
Hello, welcome to Wikipedia. The article you created at Cornelio H. Velasquez appears to be copied from http://www.keeneland.com/liveracing/biography_view.asp?ID=97. Unless you are the author of the original information and you are able to release it under the GFDL then the page will need to be deleted. Please see Wikipedia:Copyrights for further information. Even if this is a copyright violation, we would still welcome any original contributions from you. See the instructions on how to edit a page for more info. Thanks. Fennec 04:19, 10 Apr 2004 (UTC)
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