The attacks on poche have long since ceased to be amusing or even remotely proportionate to the charges brought against him. The absence of proportionality calls into question the very Catholicity of poche's attackers, in that we Catholics are called upon to demonstrate temperance even in righteous anger—and the present anger slid from righteous to redundant several weeks ago.
Even in the Jew-corrupted criminal "justice" system, the defendant still has the right to object to being browbeaten, and the court is obliged to sustain the objection. Similarly, it's well past time that poche's attackers, instead of ceaselessly rehashing old charges, presented some fresh ones* before they returned to pummeling the guy about the head and shoulders.
I am willing to bet that before much longer, this nonstop piling-on will begin to win poche a considerable number of sympathizers. Even pagan hearts can be touched by disproportionate abuse, and the many commenters here who are anything but pagan can't be expected to stay silent indefinitely.**
Finally, with reference to the widespread clamor for poche's banning, a tip of the hat to Matthew for refusing to bend the knee to one of modernity's leading false gods, appeal to the will of the people. Agree with him or not—it's hardly a secret that I frequently don't—he owns the site, and we who comment can do so solely because he lets us. No one is denied the courtesy of expressing a respectful wish, but enlightened self-interest suggests that it is unwise to strain courtesy to the breaking point.
*Apropos which, I understand that reports of poche's dining habits have driven the leading association of French chefs to petition the World Court to imprison poche for life in Fortress McDonald.
**I plead guilty as charged to giving him a very rare up-thumb for this interesting OP.