This is a big mistake.
Duns has recently been on a tear about two things:
1) The sockpuppetry of best-selling writer Stephen Leather (is that even his real name? so much about him is fake, who can tell?)
2) Julian Assange
So it’s difficult to say which of these incited people to turn to Twitter to suspend him.
I’d be surprised if it was the latter, but some of his tweets involved a particular political writer, so maybe that did it.
On the other hand, Leather has a rep for underhanded dealings, so who knows how many sockpuppet emails with false allegations Twitter got?
All I know is that this suspension is unfair and his account should be restored.
It will be interesting to see if the reasons behind this suspension are ever fully — or even plausibly — explained.
And just before I was about to hit Publish, this came in: