There is another factor that is becoming apparent.
If a reason is not made visible during AUP violation remediation, it can lead to people misunderstanding what happened, and potentially feeling persecuted.
I can see this happening already as a result of one of the recent AUP violations.
People in that thread seem to have formed the notion, or more likely, they were given the notion by the person who has been made conduct negative, that the transgression was to ignore a comment from a niche owner/moderator, in the comments of another post.
The comments that violated the AUP have been removed there, of course, so the conduct negative person is free to tell his friends any story he wants about why they were removed.
In reality, after ignoring the comment, the Narrator in question verbally attacked the niche owner, speaking cryptically about witches, and dead babies, and saying he was in 'full warrior mode' on Narrative, and would take no prisoners. It was truly strange, and quite easy to understand how a 77 year old woman would feel bullied, especially since she was receiving this unacceptable treatment for having had the temerity to make a simple and polite suggestion to the Narrator. Everyone else who commented on the thread felt it was quite clear she was being unfairly attacked and intimidated.
The Narrator also inferred very clearly that the niche owner was lying about her age and is a proxy of his enemies, even though she is certified, and so proven to be a unique individual.
I think the comments should be replaced with a special mention that gives some trace of what transpired. For instance:
"Comment removed for AUP violation: Bullying"
Likewise this mention should remain present somewhere on the person's Reputation page.
This way, the narrative can't be twisted to serve a fantasy of political persecution. There are rules on Narrative, and we all have to take responsibility for following them, and accept the consequences of not following them, without using those consequences to stir animosity that envenomates the platform.
Sadly there are factions on Narrative: that's just human nature. The pursuit of earning money amplifies this phenomenon. Not only does it make people feel more tribal out of a need to be a mighty group that can 'fight' other groups for dominance, but it conflicts with an objective perception of - and adherence to - rules. In such an environment, the Team can easily be caught in the middle of regrettable tribal animosity, and any lack of clarity and transparency will increase delusions of persecution.