Different and "different".
I don't understand how people who scream that "12 years young kid who didn't read Valve's user agreement about selling an account deserves a lifetime ban" can say 30 seconds later that "All cheaters deserve lifetime ban, but s1mple is good because he didn't cheat in Valve servers, he cheated only in ESL servers, so he is a saint and not really a cheater". Or he cheated in CS1.6, but we are now playing CSGO, so he is not really a CS cheater? Could I be a car thief if I'm driving BMW, but not if I'm driving VW?
Now what kind of über humane logic is that?
We all agree that cheaters deserve a punishment (account sharing to boost ELO, cheat code, selling an account, whatever). But Valve's behavior is too strict and one sided "black box". Lifetime ban for kids under 16 breaking rules in non-PRO-games is not really humane way of thinking (I'm now speaking in general, not just Jamppi case). They do deserve a punishment, but not lifetime bans. Semi-PRO and PRO-tournaments are a bit different story.
On the other hand. Doesn't CSGO user agreement state that the game is 18+ (or in some regions 16+)? Therefore we all are cheaters and we deserve lifetime ban from all CSGO servers? Right?