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Susan Powell Facebook page removed

SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 19 (UPI) -- A page on the Facebook Web site about missing Utah mother Susan Powell has been deleted, its creator says.

The Web page's creator, Leslie Bleak, wrote on her own Facebook page that Web site officials took the page down last week, reportedly after it had drawn complaints, The Salt Lake Tribune reported Tuesday.

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A Facebook spokeswoman told the Tribune she hadn't had a chance to find out why the Susan Powell page was removed. The newspaper said Facebook's posted terms of use cautions that it reserves the right to remove content if it violates copyrights, other laws or the "spirit" of its terms.

Susan Powell disappeared in early December. Her husband, Joshua Powell, has been called a "person of interest" by police after he told them she was gone when he returned from a short camping trip with their two young sons.

The Tribune said Bleak's page, titled "Susan Powell," contained many postings accusing Joshua Powell of having a role in the disappearance.

Bleak earlier told the newspaper she started the Facebook page because she objected to restrictions on a page started by Susan Powell's family, and had received angry complaints from people asking her to remove her page.

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