On first being informed that a convicted child pornographer was editing Commons.

Where is the problem? What he does on Commons seams fine to me. What he does elsewhere is not our issue. Despite that i can't fine any issue elsewhere as well. That is his opinion. Thats all. -- Niabot 11:11, 7 March 2012 (UTC)

Another Wikimedia Commons user who believes that what someone does offsite has no bearing on their activities on site. But wait ... some months on and Niabot is a reformed man. No longer does he think that what someone does offsite is irrelevant to what they do on site:

The typical WC & Co. behavior. Picking one contributer, digging up some facts, make an awful disgusting story out of nothing (not backed up by facts, or presented in worst light possible)¹ and followed up by attacks (on-wiki and off-wiki) by the whole group - with the only goal to drive away the target. I still have the hope that one admin or a group of admins has the guts to protect the projects future from such scoundrelly creatures. ... Niabot 14:50, 28 June 2012 (UTC)

but then the offsite 'scoundrelly creatures' aren't child porn distributors but sites pointing a spotlight on Niabot and his cronies. Oddly though Niabot got blocked for a week for referring to another 'creature' on Jimmy Wales page:

"Too Old: Do Not Want!" -- Niabot 22:41, 15 April 2012 (UTC)

we'll leave Tobias snuggled up to his cuddle toy crying about the scoundrelly creatures shining a light through one earhole in his head and straight out the other.