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The first portion of the text about Judge Crater's real history - is that really info gathered from Star Trek episodes? Shouldn't that be in italic writing and marked as another source, as we usually do in these cases? I changed it, therefore. What do you think? I also changed the Terra Nova link, to the episode rather than to the planet's article. I also believe that the whole page should be moved to Judge Crater instead of the other way, but that's just a small opinion. Peter R 15:00, 12 Nov 2005 (UTC)
- The info is mentioned by Mayweather -- 20th century judge who disappears. We've only substituted the real dates.
- Memory Alpha:Naming conventions -- we don't add someone's rank or title at the beginning of an article name, so Judge Crater is a faulty title -- a properly disambiguated redirect would be Crater (Judge), and seems only barely necessary, as we know his full name. -- Captain Mike K. Barteltalk
- Actually Judge Crater would be a useful redirect as it was the only reference given to this character in the episode. Anyone who heard the reference and wants to read about it here isn't going to know that it was in reference to Joseph F. Crater (as that was not mentioned on screen anywhere), they are going to type in what they know "Judge Crater" (or "Crater") and expect the page on this character to show up. --Alan del Beccio 20:05, 12 Nov 2005 (UTC)