Originally Posted by Dakz
As I have already explained previously, (thank you for taking the time to read) this thread is in response to what many players feel is a wrongful punishment, and poor handling of the situation by Riot.
Many of us feel that Riot's ruling is inappropriate, and trying to blanket my argument with "They said the punishment was appropriate, therefor it must be." is no better than defending a man for being racist.
A man can be racist and say very negative things about people of other races. This man can still be wrong, and possibly in need of persuasion.
The difference in this case, is you are defending your side with Riot's "suspect" rulings. Whereas I am looking at you and saying that you have to argue from one perspective or another, not take whichever is more convenient for you.
You cannot say that I can't bring TSM and Dyrus into this because Riot ruled that it didn't play any impact, when you can see a picture of him that I posted earlier looking at the clearly lit screen because that is convenient for you, while then denying the validity of Riot's punishment because you don't like it.
You either have to accept both, or accept neither. If you accept both, I am right because Riot's hands were tied. If you accept neither, then you are asking for an untenable punishment because of both the number of necessary replays as well as the inherent duplicity of only saying that AzF was wrong, when other incidents of cheating are recorded as having happened.
EDIT: In short, if you accept both, I am right. If you accept neither, I am still right. As I previously said.