yeah yeah im a cheater and i was friends with eli but u cant argue with this lol. you can't ignore facts.
1. Silent aim was patched in tf2, silent aim does not look like how silent aim used to look years ago. It just looks like aimlock. No evidence of silent aim.
2. You cannot aimlock onto people or stickies through walls. There simply is no tf2 cheat for that; it's only in csgo where walls are wallbang-able.
3. No cheater would aimlock onto people through walls even if they could, there's no reason to.
4. Most of the time the video is slowed down so much that it exagerrates the coincidence of elijah's crosshair being over another player. And slowing it down even more only when the crosshair is over another player just suggests you're trying to prove something that isn't really there. For example, at 2:09 his crosshair isn't even on anyone, how is that aimlock? Also he's just turning his attention away from shutter, that's normal. You can't slow a video down to 1% speed only when a crosshair is over an enemy then speed it back up to make it look like he's pausing on the player.
5. Every single clip where you claim he's locking onto people through a wall, he happens to just be in the transition of looking in another direction, so obviously the crosshair crosses paths with where the enemy team is. And 90% of the time the crosshair isn't even on the player or tracking the player.
6. Another example. 4:00 is his movement sinking with lolguy, there is no aimlock. I don't even know why this is on here is this a joke?
7. If theoretically there was an aimlock that worked through walls (why would anyone even make this?) there's no reason for him to press an aimlock key when there's a stalemate.
8. In stalemates when nothing has happened for minutes, a player can let their guard down and just be chilling and waiting to sac/waiting for a sac, there's no need to be that alert and have ur crosshair on a choke. So yes, its reasonable for him to have his crosshair in a place where there is no enemies directly in front of him. Also, placing your crosshair at a wall in between 2 doorways lets you get vision of both doorways.
This video really doesn't have anything remotely sus to me, except maybe the laz clip; but it doesn't look like he's tracking him, moreso that he's moving his mouse across his desk to look at door, and that's only 1 clip.
And if you're still convinced hes cheating then have him play against people with faceit anticheat downloaded, that shit detects anything. If he gets banned from faceit or if he performs unusually shitty with faceit anticheat on then I'll be convinced he's cheating.
Also the amount of time you'd have to have spent cherry picking for clips and editing them so that they look as sus as they can makes your case less compelling.
TL;DR There is no aimlock in TF2 that works through walls, and if it was possible it would be useless. And in fact would be IMPOSSIBLE for it to work with that many walls because of tf2 dormants. There is 0 evidence of aimlock; his crosshair doesn't track players, he happens to move in the same direction as them with his keyboard. There is 0 evidence of aimlock; his crosshair isn't even on the players. There is 0 evidence of aimlock; you slowed your clips down so much only when he places his crosshair near players. There is 0 evidence of aimlock; a cheat isn't going to be designed to lock onto a player through 2 walls in a game where you can't even wallbang people. zero evidence. I can keep going on and on...