As background information, earlier today I noticed some kind of suspicious behaviour on a question (that I think has been deleted) involving a user who has since been suspended.
I made a comment about how the answer was suspicious, and I flagged the answer. I think someone else may have flagged it as well, because someone did upvote my comments on the suspicion.
This happened about 7 hours ago. The account was suspended some point after that, but I notice now that about 6 hours ago, I received a whole bunch of downvotes on my responses to older questions.
It seems pretty obvious to me what happened there, so my question/suggestion is how come when the user's account was suspended and the rep locked at 1 wasn't some sort of system in place to undo the last day's worth (or whatever) of voting behaviour?
I guess reputation is of different value to different people, and I know we can't stop all gaming of the system but I'm not sure that we should allow uses who get caught gaming the system to have their "revenge". But maybe it's not worth whatever work to implement some sort of fix? I dunno.