The above was a long discussion a couple of years ago about certain categories in the project then and their use. Categorization is not just for genealogical relevance, it is a tool that can lead to further studies and discoveries.
I myself have tagged some of my ancestors with the project banner, one was a convicted murderer who was executed, Whether he was guilty or not is moot, evidence was all circumstancial. But he had 4 children, his wife remarried and the children all used the name of their step-father later in life. There was a family shame, obviously; sorting these children out as to even their last name at birth without the data on what happened to their father is most certainly relevant.
I have a couple of others who were bigamists. The second marriages got annulled, and the children automatically became ''out of wedlock''. Again, consequences for the children.
With these illustrations, I hope the project will not remove everything in sight. The profiles in question do not contain graphic descriptions, which I personally abhor, not into horror stories, but the facts of the matter are there. (These are all 9 or 10 generations back, in case anyone is wondering).