1st clip - I don't get it, nothing definitive about that as it's pretty easy to hipfire the rifle. All body shots too.
2nd clip - I was following the person as he moved, i do not see any sign that "locks on" or at least, looks like something that is definitive use of aimbot. You can look at the first person I killed.
3rd clip - You can clearly see I miss my shots, Sorry if I'm not seeing it as valid evidence from your perspective as it looks completely normal as anyone else who misses. Sure I flicked my crosshair over the guy, but he was standing still and made himself an easy target in the middle of a gunfight.
4th clip - I'd agree it looks suspicious, but it was deathmatch and I already was near death - trying to be on my toes and not die. Definitely a sudden snap to the guy, but I wouldn't mark it as conclusive in my opinion given the situation I was in. Ask anyone else who gets a flick like that and it's only one kill in a 1 - 2 second clip.
I got banned numerous times in the past for hacking, whether it's alleged accusations of aimbot or no recoil. The thing is - ttt doesn't have proper recoil like you do in other FPS games, all of the recoil goes straight up vertically (I still have not found out why that last deagle shot had no recoil to this day, it's a mystery to me too. I could not see any sign of recoil on that last shot even though I was compensating for the recoil). With enough time and knowledge, it's not difficult to pull off recoil compensation for each weapon. Even the april fool's minigame opalium set up in 2018 had weapons with crazy amounts of vertical recoil. I was fiddling with the weapons used in that fun round as I used them. It's hard and a lot of people would be caught off-guard by the absurd recoil, but not impossible to control the recoil, even though helix decided to leave the ban as it is since he thought it was "impossible" and no further evidence was put in.
Then again, I've been aware for years that what you see as a spectator vs. real-time has discrepancies. I know lag has been a factor as you say, Pierogi, but I never looked into that specific topic as much. I'm hoping in good faith that you review over the submitted evidence and with others of the admin team as well.