I maintain my final point.
What you're asking for is to ban someone for an offense they are unrelated to the actual committal of, which is the same as banning Skadoodle in the iBP scandal. (This comes through in "management is a part of the team, so the [whole] team should be banned!")
Your third paragraph is simply ridiculous, and is an obvious strawman.
Your opinion isn't rational because you have made no actual attempt to counter-argue any point, and have simply repeated the same points which I have already given counter-arguments to.
To even further that your argument isn't rational, I've already given you the information that tells you there was no cheating found -- rule breaking and cheating are not one in the same. ESIC found that the stream had no bearing on the games where it was open ("no malicious intent"), therefore Vitality gained no advantage from it, therefore there was no cheating taking place.