Originally Posted by LSmashKeyboard
So much for an impartial system if that's the case.
We are trying to "overturn" a prior judgement that we have all the evidence for. The Reform card in question is the same Tribunal case that was used to punish in the first place.
The concept of "probation" is quite impartial.
It applies to everyone, and protects people from those who would continue to harm them, despite being informed that their behavior was damaging.
I have seen this attitude quite frequently from career felons: calling the system into question, acting like the oppressed, rather than understanding simply why their behavior detriments themselves and those around them.
This Reform Card is not all that got him into Tribunal, and it's not all that went into his ban. Period.
Instead of understanding that, and with that knowledge calmly requesting a review from Riot to make sure everything (all the evidence) is in accord with the punishment, you try to cloud the issue with false statements about how it works.
In this case, it is in Riot's best interest to quickly clear up any bans that were made in error.
But not to unban only by the will of the crowd and one Reform Card, in the face of the data they have.
See the difference: This card is enough for a review
of the case.
But you would demand a mob-mentality reversal, even if this person turned out ruin games for many people with something other than simple 'emote spamming'.