I totally respect the rights of the Mod's/owners of a web site to delete posts/threads as they see fit, but sometimes I'm buggered if I know why !
The thread that was deleted this morning, regarding "stealing stalking" is an example of this.
Poster complains he's had stalking stolen, without naming anyone. The person who has allegedly stolen the stalking chooses to come forward and names himself. He then proceeds to confirm he has gone behind the posters back, because he was aggrieved the poster didn't do something he wanted him to do.
He then has the cheek to claim an attack on his name, complain about the thread, and it's deleted ?
I can understand why the thread would be locked, because it gets to the point where it serves no good purpose to continue, but deleting it, in this case would just appear to let a self confessed pilferer off the hook, and prevent others knowing they need to keep an eye out, should they come into contact with him ?
If this type of thread is going to get deleted, how do we protect the members of the SD from it happening to them ?