I'm not your attorney, but if I were, it would certainly be this point where I would advise you that it would likely be in your own best interest to discontinue talking about this whole fiasco. The more you say, the more you indict yourself.
You said, "As I said in my original submition in Highscore.com I'm not sure I've uploaded that picture with the video.", but your comments on Highscore.com clearly state, "If I remember correclty, I put a picture with my final score of 552,590 when I submitted this socre. Now I only see my video which, unfortunately, doesn't show the final score." Here, you have declared that you submitted this video, and you had originally thought you had uploaded the picture of with the "final score" (your words, not mine) with the video. 5 years later, you said you "found the original picture". That would lead any observer, casual *or* astute, to conclude that your picture was the final score that your video failed to capture. You are doubling down on your lie, dude.
You said, "I didn't take the video out of youtube." Nobody has suggested that you did. Strawman argument.
You said, "I have no problem with the cost of a camera." Nobody suggested that you did. Strawman argument.
You said, "I play for fun..." Clearly, that's not the case. This is *obviously* EXTRAORDINARILY important to you for some reason.
You said, "recording all time I play takes kills the fun for me." - uh .. okay ... so don't. ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Do you honestly believe for one second that the sole issue here is you not recording your performances on video? If that's what you think after aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalllllll that's been said, then you haven't been paying attention *or* you HAVE been paying attention, but you're just deflecting AGAIN.
You said, "I didn't go all internet writing in my defense..." Nobody suggested that you did. I clearly stated that you went to "all of the high score sites" and also "trolled on my YouTube channel", which you did. I even listed out the places you went with specificity - AtariAge, Atari Compendium, Highscore.com, and my YouTube channel.
You said, "I just went to highscore where you were accusing me, to this site where northcoastgamer is asking my removal and I emailed ataricompedium after they listed me in the banned list" ... uh ... I think you're forgetting one, there, buddy.
You said, "I state there's nothing fishy with it." ... and that's your subjective opinion, which you are entitled to have ... just like I'm entitled as well.
You said, "I admit the 477k points mentioned in my own video doesn't make any sense at all" - No, it sure doesn't. Nice to see that you are capable of being honest for a change. Unfortunately, such honesty comes *only* after being outed, then you going all-in defending your score and your methods of submission on that specific score with that specific evidence including the video, and then being outed again for lying. Seriously ... you should have led with that ... but you didn't, and it is clear why.
You said, "I hadn't any reason to lie." - You are demonstrating RIGHT NOW that you indeed have EVERY reason to lie. You believe your lies will cover up your past lies to do some desperately needed face-saving. Not sure that's possible at this point.
You said, "No doubt it was a careless submition but I didn't cheat" - I gave you AMPLE opportunity to say that, however, instead of *leading* with this argument, you continued to defend posting that video and insisting the result of that video was 552K. You made your own bed, here, dude. You now not wanting to lay in it is a *you* problem. Now that you literally have no other recourse, your argument devolves into "careless mistake". CLASSIC.
You said, "now I'm considering to record a new attempt to break my frostbite record" - Nobody cares.
You said, "and admitted he likes to offend me in highscore.com" - Ah .. another moment of accuracy. I do indeed have no problem with offending cheaters and liars, with the understanding that telling the truth is offensive to some, especially to those who are inherently dishonest. If this bothers you, then the solution is simple: Don't be a cheater and/or a liar, and then you'll have nothing to worry about, no?
You *obviously* CARE A WHOLE LOT about this score, evidenced by the fact that you haven't removed it. If it wasn't that important to you, you would have already done what I did, and that is remove the score due to the controversy ... but like all liars and cheaters who become incorrigible and refuse to correct the error until they realize they have no other choice but to do so solely to salvage whatever little integrity (if any) they have left, you haven't done it. Okay ... so you care a lot about it. Fine with me ... just goes to show you lied about that, too, when you projected this feeling of inadequacy onto me when you accused me of caring about the score too much.
"There's nothing to rectify." - Liduario, 6.24.19 <-- Do you remember saying that to me? You had PLENTY of opportunity ... and you squandered it.
Again ... I'm not your lawyer, nor do I play one on TV, but you have been given wise counsel in the matter. It's up to you to take it ... and there's no charge. You're welcome.