Arbitration report

The Report On Lengthy Litigation

The Arbitration Committee closed two cases this week.


A case against Onefortyone has closed. The ruling puts Onefortyone on probation on celebrity biography articles. Onefortyone was accused of inserting information of dubious reliability into celebrity articles regarding their sexual orientation.


A case against DreamGuy has closed. The Arbitration Committee made no actions on the case, citing a lack of evidence. Editors claimed DreamGuy had an unreasonable point of view, and was often mean-spirited.

Other cases

A case was accepted this week against Silverback. It is in the evidence phase.

A temporary injunction has been imposed on Jguk, prohibiting him from changing date notations on articles.

Other cases against Ultramarine (user page), Maoririder (user page), numerous editors on Bogdanov Affair, Rangerdude (user page), numerous editors on Ted Kennedy, Lightbringer (user page), and Copperchair (user page) are in the evidence phase.

Cases against numerous editors on Polygamy, Jguk (user page), REX (user page), Zephram Stark (user page), Everyking (user page), Instantnood (user page), and Stevertigo (user page) are in the voting phase.

Motions to close are on the table in the cases against BigDaddy777 (user page) and (user page, a.k.a. Louis Epstein).

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