Starting a new thread, so I don't derail other threads here.
My daughter was harassed on Wikipedia.
I stated she was treated with insolence. For some reason, people are finding excuses why they should ignore "insolence" as "harassment." This is a technicality that is bullshit to find an excuse to further ignore what has happened. I regard insolence as worse than harassment. FT2 says "harassment" is an "upgrade" from insolence. Why fight over the words when you know shit went down on Wikipedia. My daughter was pulled into it when that wasn't needed to happen at all.
FT2 said the case was sorted out by the community, but there was no decision by the community to block me. There was the person involved user that is being regarded as "part of the community" who is also took part in the harassment towards my daughter.
Is FT2 and others trying to justify it is ok for a Wikipedian to harass my family on Wikipedia and then further cause more harassment by trying to get me blocked?
FT2 says he is willing to help in dispute resolution. I don't see those words being lived up to in this case.
Why does someone like Chris Selwood get justice but I get told the harassment at me and my family was deserved? Lot of Wiki-admins are unwilling to help. They are very selective of who they are willing to help. It's disturbing.
I got a lot of questions about this.