RE: "The Dog Ate My Blacklist!"
What article II really says: "Don't scam." It doesn't apply in this situation.
It has been also made clear that all BPs have the right to decline what arbitrators propose for them. Arbitrator's ruling is only a proposal, not something that must be enforced. If a BP refuses to do what arbitrator is asking, the arbitrator can't do anything about it. But voters should vote accordingly, whether they agree with the refusal or not.
Another thing to remember is this, from Dan's latest blogpost: "EOS is designed to focus on restorative restitution rather than punitive retribution."
OK, so now somebody screwed up. The question is not "how we can punish him", but "what he can do to make things right again".