I have to wonder...
If someone had asked Muclair about Amazon's decision to remove A Mad World Order from its sales catalogue a couple of years back, would he have responded with ruminations on forgiveness, or just shrugged and said something like "Well, go figure, bookstores don't wanna sell stuff by serial killers"?
There are plenty of legitimate reasons people might have changed their names, including migration, or a relative doing something nefarious. It doesn't necessarily mean one has done something wrong.
Of course. If you emigrate from China and don't want to have to spell "Xi Wen Li" forever you can go with "Ken Lee". But if you then change your name again to "Robert Dukeshire" then I'll still be assuming something probably hinky going on.
And to be honest, when I read a news story that says (for example) "Police arrested 31 year old Susan Cartwright, who also uses the name Zoey Mulkowski", I still roll my eyes. Why does anyone need TWO names at the same time???