I'd say something like "have fun experimenting on people," but someone might take it literally, so I'll just say I lost respect for you just now, and of course, that I am holier-than-thou. ;)
I would be disappointed in myself were my social 'experiment" to entail goading people into extreme behaviors.
But, it wasn't. Instead, I was interested to see how far they were willing to go in SPITE of my not-so-subtle reminders to the contrary about presumption of innocense, rules of evidence, and more appropriate venues, and more effectual approaches to judging.
Evidently, one of the problems of group indignation and mob mentality is that it profoundly blinds people to their own indignant or disappointing behavior. They are so intense in pointing the finger of outrage that they fail to see their own outrageous actions, and this even when it is being repeatedly pointed out to them.
Now, you evidently were human enough to have gotten somewhat caught up in the firestorm--though I still respect you very much and am not the least bit disappointed in you (and this since I tend to thoughtfully judge people on balance rather than rashly in terms of a single instance).
Thanks, -Wade Englund-