For my part in this, LF, at one point I had to be asked by a channel moderator - not instructed, not ordered, but asked, as a personal favour - to stop mentioning you in The Summit. This was because this moderator was being innundated by you with complaints about things that I was saying - in character - about Diana in the channel. I complied, for the time specified by the moderator, not because I particularly care about offending you or Diana, but because the moderator in question asked politely that I stop doing it.
This tells me two things: firstly, you were aware of what was going on in a channel you were banned from, which by all rights you probably shouldn't have been. Secondly, you were complaining to a person with authority in that channel profusely and consistently enough about those things that they felt it was more effective to ask me to stop doing them (despite the fact that I had not violated the channel's rules) than to tell you to stop complaining. You were banned from the channel at this point - you didn't really have a right to complain about what was going on in it, and yet you were, at such a volume (and apparently, despite the moderator repeatedly telling you it was not their problem) that they felt compelled to ask me to stop just so you'd stop badgering them about it.
I'm not going to name the moderator in question because I feel they were already needlessly put upon by this situation and don't want to drag them into this further, but since you've repeatedly asked for examples in this thread, I'm bringing this up as an example of behaviour that really should be avoided.