Couldn't agree more.
I've been in many situations where I pass by near a shoot out with my mav and I get shot by cops out of nowhere. In fact, just today morning I was DM'ed by a cop for no reason and I didn't even know there were some suspect blip beneath me. The officer decided to leave those ground suspects whom are the real danger, and turned into me - the unhostile guy who are not even close to some roof, not doing anything that might trigger him- and started sniping the shit out of me.
Everytime I report, I get the same message from administration which is "if u dont wanna get shot, don't pass by a shoot out nor involve yourself in it".
Well, let's get to Eduardo's situation. He came to an active shoot out scene, stopped next to it, started watching with a nice buffalo car, by that time he could have collected many evidences of murders and possession of heavy weapons. He chose to involve himself in a shoot out, yet when our people suspected that the buffalo might be undercover cops, they decided to chase him down. All of a sudden you see a manager who speaks with caps on using words such as "fucking animals" in public chat, disabling it, not listening to any explanation then starts to abuse his rights punishing people around.
Mike's ban is a huge mistake for 3 reason:
1) The one who ordered to rush the buffalo is not him. He was ordered, thus the blame should fall on the one who called the shot.
2) Mike's main intention wasn't to DM - as claimed in his ban reason - but rather to backup his allies as there was a backup call in WT.
3) Logs should have been checked to clarify that Mike didn't even shoot the way others did.
As I was in the same situation as Eduardo was, and it used to be dealt as "then don't go in active shoot out situation and cry why u got shot", Eduardo has no right to punish nor ban people.