Ok ill summarize my opinions. From the outside looking in I can understand how people think he might have cultivated the behaviour of his community. But he has actively worked to clean his community for as long as I've watched him, and never intentionally encouraged anything.
The things that have happened lately, bomb threats, swatting and so on, could have ended with him or someone else getting shot or dangerously injured.
This would effect twitch in a very negative way, and it might lead twitch to have to close IRL section.
But seeing as to how easily the internet can figure where you are and how to get at you, twitch need better framework for streamers to work around and use their common sense with.
The way it is now, you just have to figure it out as you go and hope no one tries to ruin your career in the process.
Thats is bad.
I also think that by just banning ice, excluding his community and brushing the incident(S) under the rug sets a dangerous precedent, one that could lead to these sort of situations with future IRL or non IRL streamers. Which can lead to harm both for human beings as well as the brand of twitch and twitch as a platform.
But I think right now, regardless of what they do towards Ice_Poseidon, Twitch needs to put there foot down and figure out how to best handle current and future situations to better avoid future Dangerous incidents.
That's why I suggested that a good platform for twitch to maybe bring up these issues and have a good talk about might be Dropped Frames.
PS: If something is a problem for 0.1% of users, it just might be that it's not for them or they actually might have something to do with the problem.
There aren't very many consistently successful IRL streamers yet. And the ones that are, are dealing with the same type of issues, just not to the extent ice has, Yet...
Andy milonakis has experienced the same types of things for one.