http://www.reuters.com/article/tech...pe=RSS&feedName=technologyNews&rpc=22&sp=true Wikipedia is an interesting resource but IMO where the best info is found is not in the article itself but the footnotes and external links at the bottom. A number of articles (more than you think)do lack good source and footnotes and should be held suspect but there are also lots of good articles that are heavily sourced and footnoted with documentation to support the claims. No arguement there are tainted and bias articles within it and I know Wikipedia folks try to wash the data for accuracy but it still comes down to the reader to use due diligency. And BTW: In some cases I'll grant you that some of the CIA and FBI inputs may very well have been to correct false info and I also believe if someone had posted sensitive info that shouldn't have been and may have been gained via unauthorized means, then I have no problem wth them washing it out. We'll just have to see where this story goes if it goes anywhere. JMO I'm sure in the end it will be Bush's fault because everything else is! Who will they blame when he's not in office?