Leading the horde group, here's what I saw go down:
We got the call that the world boss was up and pulled together about 25-30 players (10 of which constituted our main raid team and are very well geared). At this point nobody in our raid is flagged. We set up for the boss and pull first, having managed to do summons before either of the 2 alliance teams that were now setting up as well. Everything is gravy until about 60% when our healers suddenly get slaughtered by the alliance. Who initiated the flagging? Hard to tell. What's easy to tell is that about 60 alliance decided to murder our group in an act of obvious griefing in order to secure the world boss for themselves.
I'm glad to hear that this isn't (ostensibly) Soulstorm's policy. From my perspective it seemed like they were setting up in the back behind the Bloodwing Knights group and joined the fracas once it had devolved into a melee. I would like to hear what Roguesd has to say about this.
Also, before you speak like you would not do the same thing I want to remind you the previous day you failed on the Sha of Anger (again we forming the raid) and then stood on the boss to get us flagged so you could wipe us.
Having not been present for this alleged incident, I cannot speak directly about it, but I can say that I have specifically instructed my team not to initiate griefing of this sort and that none of them were involved in any such behavior. On tuesday night Team Death was leaving raid and flew over Soulstorm doing Sha of Anger. I made it clear at that point that we were not to interfere and that on a pve server it is simply poor sportsmanship to do so.
That said, the kid gloves are now off. The Bloodwing Knights needs to offer an explanation as to why they think it's ok to resort to underhanded tactics when they get beat to a world boss.