I'm sorry Gaile, I'm still confused how if the Category doesn't exist how I was able to find it within Categories/Wanted Categories & then find not one but 2 profiles of my own ancestor cousins whom had their profiles labeled with this non-existant category actually linked to the "non existant category". It was thru the non-existant category that i actually got to both of my ancestral cousins profiles. lol.. but thank you for info on removing, but I won't remove what appears to be put in place by a project/category without help from the possible project leaders first, which is what was done today. both profiles are now clear of the offensive tags
At any rate, the red-category offensive tag has been removed from both profiles, So, much thank you goes out to Susan McNamee for removing from both profiles. As for descriptives of crimes, i think basic descriptions ie theft, assault, murder, etc within the "found guilty" persons profile is fine is part of who they were, but the victims of their crimes, should not have to have info about the perpetrator on thier profile pages. If something must be said of the victims page, then make it short, like " During this point or this yr, the person was a victim of theft, burgulary, assault, etc" but details of the crime itself especially if gory i don't feel needs to be on a genealogical site. This is not a Gruesome Crimes site, and should not just fall into that direction. there is no reasonable reason by these descriptives can't just be left as links for those who want to read or see more info. We don't bring in all content from basic places like FHL or Ancestry because of plagerisms or because of possible law suits, why would placing descriptives of gruesome violence be any less restricted? And if the descriptive are going on the pages then put em where they belong on the pages of the ones that committed the crimes or on some special page but not on the page of the victims. the victims didn't do the crimes it doesnt belong on their pages.
thank you to everyone for the responses today, and those that helped to remove the tags