I've thought about this. About whether this action is predicated on a moderator disagreement or if that's even germane. I've concluded that it's not a critical factor. In other words, while it may have been a catalyst, it is not necessarily a participator in the outcome. Tiassa's comportment as a moderator is, in itself, sufficient to warrant the action. (I'be seen moderators busted down for way way less odious behavior than seen here). The sentiments of Members who have responded so far seems to be trending that way as well. So: even if we were to take the JamesR/Tiassa squabble off the table entirely, as if it simply never existed, I'd say the outcome is still best for everyone: members and moderators alike.