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Editing someone's statement for clarity is typically a nonissue so long as the statement's meaning remains intact. However, it's best to consult with another writer if you're unusre of the possible ramifications of edits, especially if the article is about an issue which can be described as "touchy." Guarantee that no changes are made to the substance of the aritcle, only the actual words. For instance, someone saying "I think Fire Red is a good game, I like playing it" could be edited to "I enjoy playing Fire Red; it's a good game."