== "Houston, we have a problem" ==

User ALJDJDD is back and is engaging in what appears to be a revert war regarding "the horse thing." This sucks. Coding errors are being left behind as well, because ALJDJDD is not an experienced Wikipedian. 

Normally i would request semi-protection, but that seems cruel. I really am at a loss. I feel a sort of despair here. I really don't know what to do ... except "DO NO HARM." 

So i am going to walk away from the article for a few hours, rather than revert again (or fix the code error). I am going to upload the deleted material here and also  [[http://luckymojo.com/druck-bio.html at my own web site]] in case ALJDJDD decides to delete it from the talk page as well. 

Family and early life

Druck was born in [[Fort Lauderdale, Florida]].[http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/ 2008/08/08/AR2008080802371_pf.html Edwards Admits He Had An Affair], August 9, 2008, [[The Washington Post]]. Her parents, James Druck (1934 – 1990) and Gwen Druck, owned Eagle Nest farm, where they raised show horses. They  had four children, all girls. James Druck was a lawyer who specialized in defending insurance companies. Lisa Druck went to high school in [[Ocala, Florida]]. {{citenews |last Hiers | first=Fred |title= "John Edwards affair story has an Ocala angle" url= | date = 2008-08-12 http://www.gainesville.com/article/20080812/NEWS/23042967&title=John_Edwards_affair_story_has_an_Ocala_angle | work = [[ABC News]] accessdate 2008-08-12}} According to [[ABC News]], Lisa was "a prize-winning equestrian when her father was implicated in an ugly plot to electrocute horses for insurance money." {{citenews |last Baram | first=Marcus |title= "The Many Lives of Rielle Hunter: From Equestrian With an Infamous Father to NYC Party Girl Immortalized in Fiction, Hunter's Life Story Is Unique" | date = 2008-08-12 url= http://www.abcnews.go.com/Politics/story?id=5560261&page=1  | work = [[ABC News]] |accessdate = 2008-08-12 }} Her father was named in a 1982 insurance scandal when the convicted criminal and FBI informant Tommy "The Sandman" Burns claimed that James Druck had taught him how to kill show horses whose lives were insured, including one of Lisa Druck's own horses, the show jumper "Henry the Hawk." {{cite news | title = "Was dad of John Edwards' lover a horse killer?" | last = Lambiet | first = Jose  | publisher = Palm Beach Post | date = 2008-09-12 | accessdate = 2008-08-11}}{{cite book | last = Englade | first = Ken | title = Hot Blood: The Money, the Brach Heiress, the Horse Murders | publisher = Macmillan | location = New York | year = 1997 | pages = 159 | id = ISBN 0312957262 | url = http://books.google.com/books?q=%22Hot+Blood%22+%22Ken+Englade%22+ Druck&btnG=Search+Books }}{{cite news | title = Blood Money: In the rich, clubby world of horsemen, some greedy owners have hired killers to murder their animals for the insurance payoffs | author = William Nack and Lester Munson | date = 1992-11-16 | work = [[Sports Illustrated]] | url = http://vault.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/ MAG1004483/1/index.htm | accessdate = 2008-08-11 | quote =  [Burns] says the late James Druck, an Ocala, Fla., attorney who represented insurance companies, paid him to kill the brilliant show jumper Henry the Hawk, on whose life Druck had taken out a $150,000 life-insurance policy. In fact, says Burns, Druck personally taught him how to rig the wires to electrocute Henry the Hawk: how to slice an extension cord down the middle into two strands of wire; how to attach a pair of alligator clips to the bare end of each wire; and how to attach the clips to the horse—one to its ear, the other to its rectum. All he had to do then, says Burns, was plug the cord into a standard wall socket. And step back. }} {{citenews  last =Carr |first =Rebecca |title =Confessions of a Horse Killer: Fraud Figure Admits 20 'Hits' | date= 1994-09-01 | work=Chicago Sun-Times | url = http://nl.newsbank.com/nl-search/we/Archives?p_product=CSTB&p_theme=cstb&p_action=search&p_maxdocs=200&p_topdoc=1&p_text_direct-0=0EB421D82EBCBEF4&p_field_direct-0=document_id&p_perpage=10&p_sort=YMD_date:D&s_trackval=GooglePM}}
Gwen and James Druck divorced in 1982, the same year that the horse-killing scandal became national news; Lisa Druck was 17 years old at the time.{{citenews |last Hiers | first=Fred |title= "John Edwards affair story has an Ocala angle" url= | date = 2008-08-12 http://www.gainesville.com/article/20080812/NEWS/23042967&title= John_Edwards_affair_story_has_an_Ocala_angle | work = [[ABC News]] accessdate 2008-08-12}}

After high school, Druck attended the [[University of Tampa]]. Two years later she transferred to the University of Florida. She dropped out in her junior year and moved to New York City in 1984.   Lisa Druck [[name change|changed her name]] to Rielle Hunter in 1994[http://www.newsobserver.com/politics/politicians/ edwards/story/1170351.html Rielle Hunter Sidebar: Chronology], August9, 2008,  ''The News and Observer'' of [[Raleigh, North Carolina]];[http://www.nytimes.com/2008/08/10/us/politics/ 10edwards.html?ref=politics Woman in Edwards Affair Will Not Allow DNA Test],  August 9, 2008,  ''New York Times''.

Cordially, cat yronwode a.k.a. "64" [[Special:Contributions/64.142.90.33|64.142.90.33]] ([[User talk:64.142.90.33|talk]]) 04:51, 13 August 2008 (UTC)