Why is Wikipedia Censoring Mainstream News about Gang Stalking?
Wikipedia is an "open source" online Encyclopedia in which anyone is invited to make edits, and by successfully making 10 or so edits, anyone can become a "Wiki Editor". In order to insert information into a Wiki article it must be related to the article's subject matter. There is a two prong test for information screening used to delete entries on articles. The addition must be (1) view point neutral, and (2) from a "reliable source".
Wikipedia has systematically undermined efforts to edit its stalking page to include reliable source information, including, but not limited to, mainstream media news accounts on "gang stalking". For an overview of Wikipedia's systematic deletions of viewpoint neutral and reliable source entries and articles see below link:
Note: The author herein does not claim that every entry or article was wrongfully deleted. However, Wikipedia shows a pattern of deleting existing article entries and new articles that are both viewpoint neutral and reliably sourced.
The author herein made an edit to Wikipedia's stalking page, related to gang stalking, attempting to present countervailing evidence to the "False Claims of Stalking and Delusions of Persecution" subsection of Wikipedis's Stalking artcile. That subsection sought to use to editorialized "news stories" as proof that "Internet conspiracy theories" and delusional "belief systems" accounted for gang stalking stories.
The author inserted a single sentence stating, "However, multiple news reports, including a news interview with an active duty police Lieutenant, have described coordinated group stalking activities directed against individual stalking victims, referring to the phenomenon as gang stalking. 
The footnotes, supporting the deleted entry, were two FOX News Syndicated cable T.V. stories on gang stalking. One of the stories was that of Lt. Larry Richard, a Santa Cruz, California Police Lieutenant who gave a press interview, in uniform, to a FOX News syndicated local news station on the subject of what he called “gang stalking”. Here is a link to the deleted Wikipedia page that contains both the subsequently deleted sentence and supporting footnotes:
Below are additional links to the stories:
Why would Wikipedia's editor's selectively edit two FOX syndicated news stories related to gang stalking? One story verified gang stalking by an active duty California police lieutenant, and, the other, contained a news team investigation of two open law enforcement cases in San Antonio investigating gang stalking victims' rapes, assauslts and vandalization of property.
The answer may be found in a Wired.com article tracing Wikipedia articles and entries relating to governmental activites and corporate interests back to IP addresses owned by the same governmental officials and corporations. See link:
Apparently, it is not a violation of Wikipedia's "Neutral Viewpoint Policy" when government and corporate interests write and edit about issues in which they have a personal stake. This begs the question of how honest and trustworthy any of Wikipedia's articles are when they relate to subjects of governmental or corporate interests.
The author is currently investigating the subject of gang stalking by using, inter alia, the FOIA and various state open records laws. Based upon the author's investigations, in deleting factual news accounts of gang stalking, Wikipedia is complicit in a cover-up of gross civil rights abuses by a covert, criminal government Program (a.k.a. "gang stalking"). Furthermore, upon information and belief, the author herein believes that the following mass murders are likely related to the "gang stalking" Program:
Ross Truett Ashley (visited same gun range as Cho Seung-Hui)
Nidal Malik Hassan