There's a difference between presenting facts (a good thing, and something you've done) and presenting conclusions as facts (which involves accusations, speculative attacks, and are potentially libelous and misleading). You've done that too, confusing facts with conclusions.
I'm sorry man, but if you want to "warn" people, present the facts, and leave out all the unsubstantiated "conclusions". If your facts are strong, we'll all get it. If they aren't strong, then don't present your conclusions and interpretations and facts.
Then you'll truly be warning and helping others.
So, you'll do business with companies you believe are thieves, BUT, you'll warn others about them being thieves.
That's not exactly holding the moral highground here is it?