And on it goes.....
Jehochman, I see no reason to assume a complainant at all. Once Fram was on WMF's radar, they may have started automatically monitoring his contributions, and his use of certain words or what the program (hopefully more advanced than the one now offline) deemed an excessively hostile tone, generated a report for review by a T&S team member.--Wehwalt (talk) 18:30, 27 June 2019 (UTC)
At best, this idiot is flapping his gums because he has missed the statement that is relevant.
At worst, he has seen the WMF has said quite clearly they were acting on complaints from the community, and is choosing to ignore it, to make a deliberate accusation that identifiable individuals within the Foundation have lied, and are guilty of conspiracy. If proven, they would be fired.
It's a fair bet the worst scenario is the reality.
This is what Wikipedia governance looks like. Nothing will be done to this user, because they have written the most Featured Articles of any editor. To the Wikipedia community, that equates to immunity even from the mighty WP:BLP.
I could email some pillock volunteer on the OTRS system to complain, but they would just brush me off. I could create an account just to lodge a complaint at AN/I, but they would just instantly block me for WP:NOTHERE.
Administrators like Dennis Brown, Black Kite, Ritchie333, Floquenbeam, they literally couldn't give a shit about violations like this. And now we know they would actively resist anyone else's attempt to enforce BLP on this piece of shit too. Self-governance in action.
Never mind a volunteer strike, why aren't the WMF staff going on strike? Do absolutely no work unless or until they can be assured the local en.wiki Administration will do all it can to prevent accusations and rumours that could get them fired, or affect their ability to get a better job once they get sick of up being forced to treat these scumbags as equals.