1. I'd like for you to show all sides of the chat and who started what before anyone decides anything. Keeping pertinent information from staff while making a report and doctoring photos to make something one-sided isn't what a person with the Senior-Moderator rank should be doing.
2. The screenshots are from a single conversation which, according to the rules, would not count as harassment. It has to be continued and constant to be harassment. Having one rude conversation isn't breaking any rule. If I were, say, standing outside your base or messaging you calling you names after you and/or another staff had told me to stop that WOULD count as harassment and I would fully accept a warn for it.
3. I would like to point out a few of these pieces of "evidence" are clearly me talking to someone else, NOT Phoenix. I will refer to them by their first 3 letters/number in the link provided by Phoenix.
Picture 1ae- You see me saying the phrase "What a fucking nerd". There is no other conversation in this screenshot to provide context or indicate I am talking to or about Phoenix.
Picture 81e- In this screenshot I tell an Admin to "shut the fuck up..." in response to him stating we are arguing. While you may think it was rude of me, this is clearly not directed toward Phoenix and I have no clue why he added it because it isn't relevant to his report.
Picture 33e- This picture, in my opinion, couldn't be counted as harassment either way. I was stating that Phoenix starts and/or interjects himself into conversations then cry's when people tell him he has no place in their conversation and to be quiet. When I say things such as "shut the fuck up no one cares what you think", although it is mean it's not against the rules to tell someone to stop butting in to your chat.
In whole, this report is more about my personality. While I admit, I can be rude and maybe a little too straightforward, not sparing anyone's feelings, I have not broken any server rules according to these pieces of evidence shown against me.
Thank you for your time in reading my response.