Well done for your continued hard work on this, David.
For what it's worth, here is my view on a mediation, which I shared privately with David, but will now share with you all. I'll quote directly from what I told David:
As regards outcome, I have always been quite honest whenever I've been asked - my intention has never been to "dialogue" with KCF or achieve "reconciliation". My only intention has been to warn people about KCF and alert people to abuse.
I can't see what a dialogue would achieve. The accusations are so severe that their only options are to own up or deny. There's not much middle ground they can take. We can pretty much take it for granted that they are not going to admit abuse - so what would be the point? Give them a chance to deny to our faces what we all know by our own experience to be true?