User:Woozle/google it yourself
No, I do not have time to do your research for you.
If you've made an assertion that goes against my understanding, and I've asked you for confirming sources, then the burden of proof is on you, not me, to find the evidence that supports your claim.
If you do not feel it worth the time to find the evidence yourself and present it, then I must assume you do not actually have any such evidence, since (as I said) it contradicts my understanding. Possibly you misremembered something you read, or misunderstood it, or were given unreliable information by someone else. This happens quite a lot, and I don't have time to go chasing down sources for every single claim I'm offered during the course of debate – especially when most of them do turn out to be utter BS.
Find your sources and present them, or bow out.
P.S. Telling others to find support for your argument is a bit like the game of 52 Pickup (aka Swab the Deck): You're implying you have something to contribute, then making others do all the work.