I was on the server last night shooting my gun around for shits and giggles. Some guy killed me for it because I might have been shooting at them. I didn't think I was but didn't know for sure so I made a report so a mod can check the deathscene. They were busy and didn't get to it until the next map. When they did get to it the guy left so they dmed me and asked if it was rdm or not. I said what happened and said I didn't know, that's why I made the report. Then I saw him give an ID a two week ban for rdm and leave and asked I if it was the guy. He said it was. I then told him that was dumb to do since he didn't even know for sure what happened. Apparently he didn't understand what I said and thought I said it was an RDM. He decided to unban him after I called them out on it and explained what I said again. Now, he said the guy had a report response that wasn't good or whatever (I don't remember what it was). And I guess he was in the right to just ban him since the guy didn't answer good. But does he deserve week ban for that? Like goddamn, that's pretty brutal. I suggest that a ban for something like that needs to be validated or at least looked into more thoroughly and confirmed by more than one person. Now that we only have two servers that ban cuts you off from the community most of the time since we have generally been playing on east. It might also be good if a lesser punishment is given if it cannot be validated. Possible Counterarguments: People could just loophole and leave by putting a dumb response to avoid a ban. That is true, but many things can be loopholed, that is why it is a punishable offense. If someone is found to be doing this just punish them. The ace staff team will find those baddies, right?