Here's the scenario; you watched a Person (we'll call him T1) get ran over by a car on MC 67th. T1 turns out to be a traitor. A few minutes after that you are suspicious of a person being a Traitor (Lets call him T2.) Now you ask T2 what is he doing on constructions, while also claiming suspicion. T2 says, "I'm not a traitor, I killed a T." You ask him which T he killed, which he replies, "I killed T1." Now you know 100% that T1 did not die from T2, but rather that he got ran over by a car. Your suspicion now turns to a KOS because T2 lied. T2 turns out to be a traitor all along, but after killing him he reports you, saying "Lying is not KOS, RDM." Lying is not in the rules, I am aware, but he gave a name of a traitor that you know did not die from being shot. Lying implies he's trying to hide the fact he's a T; self-implication. When you know absolutely that what he said was not true at all, it should not be considered Toxic Gameplay, neither as an RDM. If the moderators/admins/lead admins also did not review that round, how is it fare to be slayed for those said reaons.