tedster - 11:18 pm on Mar 14, 2011 (gmt 0)
In the nearly three years since that incident, I have heard of no other cases. At the time, JohnMu did say that it was a very unusual combination of factors that caused the false positive. What you are describing is a MUCH more common event, by comparison. If I were you, I'd have no worries.
Here's what I'm wondering about. Given the recent information that reconsideration requests cannot reverse and algorithmic penalty, I wonder if requests are at least screened for false positives.