See this question (deleted since)it's a verbatim copy-paste of a question asked somewhere else 4 years ago.
A law enforcement officer is investigating a case. The officer takes clues such as photographs and pieces of paper and pins them to a wall or cork board. Yarn or string is stretched between some of the pins to indicate a relationship between those clues. What is this investigative process or technique called?
Although it does not seem to go against ELU rules, I feel uncomfortable that op did not reference the original source. It's dishonest.
My gut feeling would be to flag it for deletion (clicking "other causes" as suggested), but for what would be the reasoning for deleting exactly? How does it hurt ELU or anybody that a question was plagiarized?
Any argument for or against it?