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from FuzzyCatPotato (Talk), group Site wide (urgent) at 00:24, 25 July 2016

Trent, I want an appeal

Fragment of a discussion from User talk:Tmtoulouse
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"This is not MarcusCicero by the way, so nobody is allowed to censor this message."

Oh, then you mest be....the other guy who got a two-year ban on a razor-thin margin?

B♭maj7 (talk) Anachronistically anachronistic17:35, 6 November 2011

I don't remember the other guy but I did offer MarcusCicero the opportunity to state his defence on his user page but he rejected it. Of course that is by the bye if this is not MarcusCicero.

Redchuck.gif ГенгисRationalWiki GOLD memberModerator17:52, 6 November 2011

Well, since nobody seems willing to talk about me, lets talk about Marcus Cicero. Khant is right that MC was offered the opportunity to defend himself; but this of course was ridiculous, no court of law in the land would call MCs highly censored and intimidated remarks for clemency a 'defence'. You cannot hold an adequate defence when you are facing judge, jury and executioner on the one bench. I say MC, and myself, are permitted a fresh trial, with a backbone of fairness. At the moment its quite evident that the moderatorship was basically designed to persecute and exile MC. And to give AD an ego buzz (A particularly arrogant individual, I've got the emails to prove it)

86.45.206.172 (talk)19:03, 6 November 2011
 
 
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