When a reform card is issued it will randomly show the banned player 2 to 5 games, as an example. In this case Game 2 is a fine example as to why this player was perma-banned. Especially when this is taken in with the fact that to end up in Tribunal you have to have a history of getting reported, and be in the less than bottom 1% of players in terms of attitude towards others.
Game 2 is a good example of this players attitude over the history of his play.
It takes a fairly large number of reports in relation to number of games played to even be in Tribunal.
The two cases shown are simply examples of his behavior.
This player was warned and banned previously before the perma-ban.
In the end, if a player doesn't adjust their attitude after being warned and banned multiple times, the community as a whole is better if they are simply removed permanently.