Greetings, fellow Agents. It is my belief that we should have a public list of rebel miners who we encounter, so that every other agent may put them in their contact list and take special care when meeting them. I will start with these, all hardened bot-aspirants who have insulted the New Order, James 315 or the Code, and who have openly refused to pay for their permits, encouraging other miners in local to do so:
Elizabeth Kirk (especially vicious, declared she doesn't care about the Knights, let them come)
Mel Brenner (threatened to put bounties on all New Order, empty threats)
JamminKurtis (trying to get a resistance movement going, of course with little success)
DARTH TRUMPET (openly defying the Knights, said they couldn't enforce the mining permit rule)
Jessie K Jepsen (talking about a mythical miner fleet that has "ships that will destroy you all" in the system)
Boss-Dog en Daire (this one and the two before him are from the same corp, trash talking how we'll all be driven out of highsec if we mess with their corp. bumped them and they all got their best ships, orbited and targeted me then did nothing while I bumped other people. very, very big mouths though)
Now if we all add these on our contacts, we will be able to see them when going to new system. I know the knights are based in or near Chelien right now, doing their jobs there, but Agents roam the land high and low. So when you go to a new system, it's useful to instantly know who the trouble makers are, and concentrate on them first. And then, when we enforce the confiscation policy to more and more systems, we'd have our first targets laid out.
Either way, I'd love it if other agents shared their lists here so I can add them to my overview. We could update this thread with killmails or redemption stories, should those happen.
It is my belief that we should have a public list of rebel miners who we encounter, so that every other agent may put them in their contact list and take special care when meeting them.
I started doing this earlier, but I quickly realized that the situation is dire, and the majority of high sec miners are in violation by default. My contacts list swelled to 10 pages on the first day. I think it would be better to keep a list of the more vocal/repeat offenders, and the red pen list does that. That said. some of the rabble-rousers you listed definitely belong on that list.