What you fail to mention is the weeks and months *prior* to that that I had to deal with you and your obstruction to my editing attempts at Wikipedia.
Kirk, there is a bit of a disconnect from history here. Before I pointed out the error in the JEM Letter, I had long been under conflict of interest restrictions on Wikipedia and could not "obstruct" your editing attempts. I think you may have been quite confused. Where I could, I attempted to preserve your work and to find a way to incorporate at least some of it in the encyclopedia, but you did not understand how Wikipedia works. That is common with scientists, by the way. It's a arcane, not what most would expect. Experts often get themselves banned. I never attempted to set up any sanction that would impede you. As well, I opened a door for you on Wikiversity, to encourage you to fully express yourself. You never took advantage of the opportunity. It's still open.
I also considered your objections and critiques, and responded. You did not take well to that. However, these were mostly discussions on your User talk page, with no effect on your ability to edit. I suspect that if you look back, it would be difficult to find the "obstruction" you mention, at least not obstruction from me. I may have attempted to explain policy to you, and you might have thought that this was pushing a personal agenda.