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I was recently doing a little research on Gracie and Rosie Attard ("Jodie" and "Mary" in news reports prior to their identities having been revealed), and was surprised to find that they do not appear to have an article here. This is the only relevant article I could find. Does anyone know if there is a reason, or if it was simply an oversight? I would be willing to write at least a stub about them, but I figured I'd see if there's something I've missed first. --Icarus(Hi!) 02:49, 26 April 2008 (UTC)