Sorry, to clarify what I stated, since there were multiple parts:
(A) "fake routes" = routes created that were never intended to be flown (thus fake), for the sole purpose of amassing slots
(B) "ghost flights" = flights flown with no pilots, flight attendants, or staff (thus only ghosts aboard), which preserve the slot but serve no real purpose.
The 3,000 flight slots you still held at the end did not fit into category (A) (since those slots were already confiscated), but all of them fit into category (B), since you fired all of your staff but kept all your flights flying (and locking up the slots, with flights that used to be real flights but became ghost flights).
Basically the way SAC read my message was correct. And, nothing I stated was a lie, as it was all based on publicly published information.
I thought your plane shopping spree was funny!
I just did not find it equally funny to pointlessly tie up 3,000+ slots at a major, tier 1 airport (which you could have kept going indefinitely because you don't have to pay any staff, due to a system glitch that allows flights to still be "flown" as ghost flights, just with a very high "cancellation" rate due to lack of staff, but still keeping the slots).