Thu 29th November 2007, 12:58pm
QUOTE(Proabivouac @ Thu 29th November 2007, 1:40pm)
Regarding Arbitrators who should have recused themselves, Guy Chapman writes,
"Having ventured an opinion once does not disqualify them form venturing the same opinion again, especially when more evidence of even more accounts is brought to the table."http://lists.wikimedia.org/pipermail/wikie...ber/086273.html
Guy Chapman (JzG) betrayed PM's expectations of confidentiality by sharing his communications with the cyberstalking mailing list, then outed his real-world identity on Wikipedia.
Now he defends the failure of Arbitrators to recuse themselves from a case which it's reasonable to suppose (as Chapman suggests) they've predecided.
Well, it looks like Private Musings is getting his wish and this is going to Arb-com.
JzG's email disclosure and the stacked deck is part of the issue. Here's Guy's "evidence".... This diff on the workshop page
is pretty damning.
::::::::: Alec, I know the identity of PM's other account(s). I have checked very carefully the histories of both, and this is not, in my considered opinion, a valid use of an alternate account. Meta debate would have been OK, but not the content edits and link advocacy in respect of content. That crosses the line into good hand / bad hand. The route for appeals is ArbCom, by email. The very small number of individuals with whom I have shared the information does include at least three arbitrators, and one arbitrator has expressed privately that he also sees this as lying outside the bounds of permissible use of an alternate account. So, ArbCom is the place for appeals. <b>[[User Talk:JzG|Guy]]</b> <small>([[User:JzG/help|
Fred Bauder is a party....