It is sad there are players out there that believe that if it is not specificly written down that you can't do something it is ok to do it.
You can't win. Now one of the owners said I should have left his team alone. This was 5 days after I asked for his opinion on this subject! Thanks for the late reply! We have a "collusion clause" in our manifesto that touches on this subject. I shot this memo to everyone in the league.
To justify my action, the reason I reversed his moves was because he was tanking, the value of the 7 players he dropped wasn't of the same value of the 7 players he pickd up [not even close]. The degree of the difference constitutes "tanking". His team [starters and bench] is not as strong now as before the moves. And since two of those players are top 15 starters he gave an unfair advantage to anyone with the highest waiver position. He would not have done that before he was eliminated. It's obvious he gave up and doesn't care. My duty is to see that everyone plays by the rules. His action goes against one of the guidelines in our manifesto / league rules [fielding your most competitive team]. I guess next year I'll have to make things a little more clear for everyone. I contacted three other owners. Two thought something should have been done and didn't voice any opposition to the action I proposed [one of them is the co-commish]. The third didn't reply. So my action was fair and democratic.