I'll talk about the general case, and then this specific one.
When a user is messaged or suspended by a moderator, they can respond once. If a moderator chooses to respond to that, the user can respond once again. All of this is private, but is able to be reviewed by other moderators and SE staff.
Over the years, we've taken a lot of abuse in these responses, and heard just about every shaggy dog story you can think of. Frankly, my experience is that any response by a moderator to a complaint about a suspension for voting fraud is pretty much a complete waste of time. When Joe Smith is saying he's being framed by someone when we clearly see two account named Joe Smith, with his same login credentials and from his same location, voting for him 90+% of the time, there's no point in arguing about this.
If we've genuinely made a mistake, and that's been pointed out to us, we will respond and lift suspensions if needed. We don't suspend accounts lightly, though, and we document all evidence that leads to our decision. There's no timeframe on when we'll do this, but that usually takes place within a day or two.
Now to your specific case. We have been instructed by SE staff to not disclose the names of sock puppet accounts or any other private identifying information when someone complains in one of these messages. It is for that reason that I have not provided a response to your latest message.
But, I mean, come on. Prior to this, you had been suspended for voting fraud once, then were warned about this when it happened again. We gave you the benefit of the doubt the second time when you complained it was your employees. Now it happens a third time, and you're still trying to say you had no knowledge about this?
I find it very hard to believe that you had no knowledge of this or who was behind it, particularly since the accounts voting for you only asked questions that you immediately answered, they accepted your answers, and then voted exclusively for you. You had an active part in this. This was obvious enough that community members complained and we acted on it. I told you this in my last response, and that's the last you'll hear from me about this.