I’ll answer because what you say is more of an attempt to attack my character than it is to actually address what happened. I was wary of posting in that thread there because I could see the fury of the mob, but at the point that I responded, it seemed like a contest to see who could say the most horrible thing about the person who sent the nasty Facebook message. I thought about what the right thing to do was, and I realized that it was to post that I actually knew this person, and he wasn’t this horrible monster that several people had enthusiastically described. I also emphasized that I did not support his message, that it was offensive, and that I told him this. I also said that i thought that the group should be consistent - there was one member who was allowed there because what he had done took place outside of the group. But in this case they had banned someone because of something that he had done outside the group. I said these things respectfully, and I did not attack anyone even after I was called “dirt”. You say that I “like to harbor grudges”. You have ONE person in mind, and you trivialize my sentiments by calling it a grudge. This person stole and otherwise abused and lied to a number of people for a period of YEARS, and has apologized only for “mistakes”. But because he makes euro modules, and can recount meetings with famous people, he is welcomed back on your group. I really don’t think that any of the people who were victimized by him support his presence. In any case, I stood up to him when he, of all people, jumped in to say that the person in question was “trouble” (I think that was the word.). That’s actually a point of honor, I think, that I stood up to Peter Grenader, and I will likewise defend what I said in that thread. As I said to Mark, please - tell me something that I said that was objectionable. I really don’t think you can. Your group is toxic.