Also, to add a user to the blacklist now for reposting, one must provide a link to the original comment to prove that it is indeed a repost. If this cannot be provided, there is not enough evidence to add the user to the blacklist and the complaint will be ignored. That's the system for now.
A project that I am developing is to create my own database tool by which to check comments against that are supposed reposts. It would appear that the Anti-Slash trolls have a feature to hide a post in the search once it has been reposted. While the database tool will not be brought online publicly because of concerns of a possible DDoS attack, posts will be verified and if there is doubt, I will be able to provide a link to the original comment and the reposted comment.
Hopefully that clears everything up, and once again, I apologize for you being falsely added to the blacklist.