It's strange how people can be so different in their attitudes. One might be out running errands on a Saturday morning, dropping off alterations for example, and have car problems. Some people are all too happy to help, running around finding jump leads - others quite the opposite.
It's the same on the Internet, where the relative anonymity allows people to behave in ways that they wouldn't in the 'real world'. Human nature being what it is, some people are happier to continue convincing themselves that their ideas have merit, rather than accept fact based evidence or logic.
Resorting to harassment as a means of deflecting attention is, of course a rather silly idea, with the police far more willing to issue warnings - Police Information Notices - to trolls these days.
For a Police Information Notice to be issued, it is also necessary to show a "course of conduct", which apparently means showing that it is not just one event. A thirteen month campaign qualifies with ease.
I trust this friendly advice will see an end to this. Ignoring and blocking worked fine, but when it is brought to my attention that legal boundaries are being crossed, action is needed.