Where can I find citation information for a hub you wrote?
I am writing an essay and I need to use two outside sources. I want to use your hub titled, The Murder of Stephanie Crowe and The Forced False Confessions of Three Teenage Boys.
Hi Cody, I apologize I've just now seen this question.
I gather the information from a variety of sources such as Wikipedia (limited), the book titled SHATTERED INNOCENCE by John Philpin, PEOPLE magazine articles, A & E documentaries, and similar sources so I definitely have no issue my article being cited as source. Please feel free and best of luck to you on your paper.
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