Dutch Boyd's Wikipedia page is the most comprehensive source of Pokerspot info and contains numerous citations, including the relevant rec.gambling.poker discussions where Boyd admitted to lying to his customers about their cashout statuses, etc. Boyd has recently used a few accounts, user havoj (the same username as his old livejournal, so obviously him) and now an anonymous IP address, to remove the Pokerspot info.
Normally it would be a simple manner of restoring the info, but the problem is that there are now Wikipedia editors, possibly friends of Boyd's, complaining that the Pokerspot info is "too long", falsely categorizing it as "new info", when the info has actually remained there unchanged since 2006, until Boyd recently deleted it, and in 2006 the consensus was that the Pokerspot info was very well written. These editors are now helping Boyd by deleting the Pokerspot info from the page.
I'm not familiar enough with Wikipedia to know the best course of information here, generally I don't use Wikipedia because it's unreliable, but many 2+2ers link to the Wikipedia page when people ask for Pokerspot info. I suppose the best thing that can be done is to restore the Pokerspot info when Boyd and his friends delete it. While I know I've never get my Pokerspot money, it's nice to know that anyone reading his Wikipedia page or searching his name on Google will easily find out about the Pokerspot thefts, so it's a bit upsetting that Boyd has people helping him try to remove this information who may not know any better.