I guess your inclusion of 'recent' anticipates the question of what you would have done if someone posted in the WCO threads to say Nortrom was an inappropriate person to be organizing tournaments because he had been given a warning point for calling someone a clown.
Would you have
- left the post there without replying
- debated the issue
- hidden the post
I think using a negative description how someone is acting "this guy is a clown" is something completely different than being involved in an (series of) cheating case(s) with the intent of winning games in a tournament.
For me it starts here. with the ISF Game and Tournament rules: "1.2 The Objective of the ISF Tournament Regulations is to guarantee fairness and sportsmanship for all participants"
If the integrity of a player/judge/organizer is questioned, it is much worse for me than other offenses. For instance most players in live would consider playing with marked pieces is a deadly sin, where throwing the pieces in the box after a bad loss is also not allowed, but there would be more understanding for it, depending on how the game progressed.
If someone said that Nortroms warning point makes him no good judge, I would reply to this in the thread and keep the comment standing so everyone can see the reply. I think the WCO has 2 very good judges in KARAISKAKIS and Nortrom. The one handed out the warning point to the other long time ago and it is a long running joke between the two of them.