Here it is what appeared on user:Chuckupd talkpage:
== MIDDAY IS TOPIC BANNED==
FYI MiddayExpress has been topic banned from Somalia-related articles: [[Wikipedia:Administrators'_noticeboard/IncidentArchive887#WP:NPA_breech _following_NPOV,_THIRDPARTY_breeches]] - She has already quit Wikipedia.
[[User:WhisperToMe|WhisperToMe]] ([[User talk:WhisperToMe|talk]]) 11:05, 9 June 2015 (UTC)
Topic Banned result:USER MIDDAYEXPRESS IS HEREBY TOPIC BANNED (BROADLY) FROM ALL SOMALIA-RELATED TOPICS. ADDITIONALLY, IN ORDER TO EFFECT A TIMELY HALT TO ANY ALLEGED SOCK OR MEAT PUPPETS THAT MAY BE EDITING THE PAGES, ADMINISTRATORS MAY AT THEIR DISCRETION ADOPT A WP:1RR POLICY ON ALL SOMALIA-RELATED TOPICS TO ENFORCE THIS BAN. THIS TOPIC BAN AND 1RR POLICY SHALL BE IN EFFECT UNTIL SUCH TIME AS COMMUNITY CONSENSUS OR ARBCOM SUPERSEDE THIS ANI THREAD.
Middayexpress works promoting her Somalia agenda with a group. So now we have some of her "friends" pushing her extremisms: this is the case of [[User:AcidSnow]] and [[User:26oo.]], with others -like User:Vituzzu (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:Vituzzu)- showing around.
It is interesting to note that user Vituzzu, the Mafioso who attacked the wikipedian Oldsettler after being requested intervention by Middayexpress, disappeared from en.wiki exactly the day before the announced withdrawal of Middayexpress (May 22, 2015).....he seemed to be informed about the new "change of policy" with new users substituting Middayexpress! And astonishingly this Vituzzu (a Mafioso even nicknamed "traitor mosquito" because he is a traitor of his own people, as an Italian wikipedian wrote) has returned on en.wiki the same day of the global Muslim attack in Tunisia/France/MiddleEast (June 26, 2015). This Mafioso "traitor mosquito", when he returned at the end of June 2015, quickly erased some Somalia-related articles on Wikipedia that were showing the presence of Catholicism in Italian Somalia: why? Probably the answer may be found in the growing relationship between the Mafia and Al-Shabaab!
Of course, Middayexpress is trying to "fish" followers for her Somalia agenda group inside English wikipedia: she has posted -with the name "Lovingit"- on the discussion "Everything you ever wanted to know about Wikipedia" in the SomaliNet thread, requesting help & associates for her group!
Indeed as a direct and first reaction to this "promotion" that stinks of "Meatpuppetry" in Wikipedia, we have on "Wikipedia:Administrators' noticeboard/IncidentArchive888" these two complaints (one by Buckshot06 on User:2600 and the second by Cordless Larry (talk) on User:AcidSnow) :
Violations of WP:YESPOV on Somali pages
In the aftermath of the departure of User:Middayexpress, I've been working to restore a more NPOV (precisely, WP:YESPOV) view of issues on several Somali pages. WP:YESPOV states that "Editors, while naturally having their own points of view, should strive in good faith to provide complete information, and not to promote one particular point of view over another. As such, the neutral point of view does not mean exclusion of certain points of view, but including all verifiable points of view which have sufficient due weight." This means that material that happens to disagree with anothers' point of view should not be removed, because it decreases the completeness of coverage.
The Puntland Maritime Police Force article particularly caught my eyes, as I hope to encourage another user driven away by Middayexpress's POV-pushing to return to editing this and other articles. I reintroduced content based upon United Nations Group of Experts' reports to the PMPF article, and became entangled in reverts with User:26oo. He repeatedly removed these reports on the basis that their content was in some way prejudicial or biased. I advised him that edit warring was not the fashion that this encyclopedia handles these cases, and he told me that he was not concerned with the welfare of this encyclopedia . This raises the question of whether he is not here to build an encyclopedia. I told him that the WP:Reliable Sources Noticeboard was the proper manner of disputing whether sources were unreliable, and he he just continued to try and tell me that the UN Group of Experts' material was undue . Thus in addition to ignoring YESPOV he is distorting the meaning of UNDUE. He has also changed User:Cordless Larry's signature to another user's signature (), though this may have been some sort of mistake.
The community has recognised that Somali articles have been suffering from POVpushing for some time, with its topic banning of User:Middayexpress. Unless we thoroughly implement WP:YESPOV on these pages we will be continuing to allow violations of WP:NPOV. I would request that User:26oo be warned about the importance of adhering to NPOV, and if s/he is not here for the benefit of the encyclopedia, that s/he be counselled that continued editing here is probably unwise. Buckshot06 (talk) 23:38, 8 June 2015 (UTC)
Middayexpress's external canvassing
Cordless Larry wrote:
Regulars at this page will probably remember that Middayexpress recently received a topic ban from all Somalia-related articles. During the course of the discussion about the incidents that led up to this, Middayexpress announced her retirement from the site and also stated that she intended to attempt to publicise the dispute in the media. I've been keeping an eye out for any sign of this publicity, and just discovered this post, written by someone claiming to be Middayexpress, on SomaliNet Forums. The post mentions AcidSnow as a contact point for new members joining the site (I'm not suggesting that AcidSnow has done anything wrong here, and indeed he/she has been pretty much inactive since Middayexpress quit). I found this worrying: "Another advantage is that one gets to see the actual inner workings of Wikipedia. That includes identifying any vandals or detractors, which one can then do something about". It sounds like Middayexpress might be planning to engage in WP:OUTING, unless I misunderstand the comment. Note that "ajnabi" means "foreigner". Further down in the thread, Materialscientist and Buckshot06 are mentioned by other posters. I'm not sure there's anything that can be done about this, but I'm flagging it so that administrators are aware. It sounds like there might be more to come, however: "On the point of wiki detractors (including who they are and what they've attempted to do), there is a lot more I would like to write. But first I'd like to field any questions Somalinetters may have". Cordless Larry (talk) 18:33, 12 June 2015 (UTC)
- Sorry I didnt see that you reopened a discussion here. I have mentioned previously that Acidsnow and the other users are possibly friends at ANI. They all do not care for reliable sources. They edit articles by backing their own original research as clearly seen here . The ban should include AcidSnow and it needs to be broadened to east african related articles. I already have the support of User Hadraa .
- Here are some evidence of "meat puppetry":
- The users AcidSnow and Midday are found backing each other on various talk pages Talk:Walashma dynasty Talk:Harar Talk:Adal Sultanate
- Midday backs AcidSnow here 
- Acidsnow asks Midday to check out the article on his 3rd revert here 
- Midday reverts in order for acidsnow to avoid 3rr 
- The Walashma page has been targeted by a sock since Middays topic ban 
- Midday jumps in to defend Acidsnow on my ANI post 
- Another issue to note is Acidsnow keeps restoring original research into articles as seen here, 
- I have taken this to various noticeboards, Fringe, No original research etc to halt their behavior all to no avail. Most uninvolved users are reluctant to pitch in on the subjects at dispute, but its clear that the tag teaming has been successful in POVing articles. Zekenyan (talk) 23:18, 12 June 2015 (UTC)
- Based on Midday himself threatening to alert "horn of africans”. The current ban is not effective. I propose the current topic ban be amended to "East African related articles" and include AcidSnow. Zekenyan (talk) 00:01, 13 June 2015 (UTC)
- Thanks for your efforts to identify any puppetry, TomStar81. I agree that we can't and shouldn't rush to secure everything; we just need to keep an eye out for suspicious editing and any attacks on Materialscientist and Buckshot06, given what is said about them on the forum. I'm concerned about the apparent outing threats, but will keep an eye on the forum thread so that I know if and when it happens at least. Cordless Larry (talk) 08:32, 13 June 2015 (UTC)
- Just want to say that I agree with Zekenyan about AcidSnow and after having a long experience with him and Midday will stand for what Zekenyan says ,p.s good job in lining up all there conversation.Hadraa (talk) 10:50, 13 June 2015 (UTC)
- Multiple editors have said you AcidSnow are following Middayexpress here  It is a bit too late to act all innocent and you continue to include original research into articles. Based on the evidence above I'm sure BrumEduResearch and Spumuq can agree. Zekenyan (talk) 00:00, 14 June 2015 (UTC)
Additionally at the end of June 2015 even user Nick-D (talk) is having trouble with the same two friends of MiddayExpress (AcidSnow and 2600). He wrote on the talk page (https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Talk:Economy_of_Somalia&action=edit§ion=15) of the article "Economy of Somalia" these complaints:
"...The extent of edit warring here is pretty horrible - rather than consider and discuss the material I've raised concerns about, the emphasis seems to be to edit war it back in. I'm going to bow out of editing this article for now (not least as I don't want to be blocked), but maintain my above concerns ......
....You've reverted my attempts to improve the article, and are furiously disagreeing with my suggestions for further improvements above so that doesn't make much sense. THIS REALLY IS SOME OF THE WORST FAITH AND DISHONEST EDITING I'VE SEEN IN ALMOST 10 YEARS ON WIKIPEDIA." Nick-D (talk) 02:28, 28 June 2015 (UTC)
User Nick-D even wrote on WikiProject Africa (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:WikiProject_Africa#Economy_of_Somalia_article) this: "I've raised concerns over the neutrality of the Economy of Somalia article. I'd appreciate it if members of this project could look into the discussion and share their views (please see the article's recent editing history and Talk:Economy of Somalia#Cleanup for my concerns and the response from other editors). Thanks. Nick-D"
IN A FEW WORDS, IT SEEMS THE BAN ON MIDDAYEXPRESS IS NOT WORKING WELL, MAINLY BECAUSE OF USER:ACIDSNOW, USER:2600 AND OTHERS (LIKE USER:VITUZZU)