@tangor & @Sgt_Kickaxe:
Guys, I'm not saying I want to hide my actions from Google and I'm upset that I'm not succeeding. This would be just crazy talk. They are by now WAY beyond anything Orwell might have dreamed of. Besides, if I wanted to hide, I would at least try and I didn't. Of course I use the same PC for both accounts and of course I don't wipe cookies out every time. I have nothing to hide or so I thought until a dozen of my sites got axed from the index.
I'm just saying that information they do receive about me is #1 circumstantial and #2 flawed and therefore they make completely wrong conclusions from it, but I'm the one who's hurt by their blind trust into their flawed data.
There are no links between the sites yet no one at Google could possibly be bothered to actually look up from their "search quality control center" screen (I think that how Matt Cutts referred to it at some point?) and see the actual sites. What they see is a wrong compilation of wrong data about me building a link network. Down goes the ax. There is no reprieve because the person looking at the reconsideration requests (I'm willing to give them a benefit of a doubt that there is an actual warm-blooded person reading those) goes by the same data that led to the ban in the first place.
Anyways, sorry it turned into a rant. The actual idea was to ask around if anyone else had seen "ghost links" like that in WMT and I don't see many people stepping forward. So I'm not sure now if this is very unusual or it's just hard to spot.