I oppose mob lynching of any criminal even if the criminal is a rapist. When I wrote a blog post about it, people commented that I was supporting the rapist by saying this. I know it is some kind of logical fallacy because opposing the mob lynching of a criminal does not mean that I think the criminal's crime was not a crime nor that I am favoring that crime.
Is this the tu quoque fallacy?
This is not the only example. In my country there's a hate-group who oppose a famous poet for some religious reason. I am against that group like most of the liberal and democratic people in my country. Once I criticized this famous poet for plagiarism. Then many liberal people in my country claimed that I belonged to that hate group and that I was engaging in propaganda supporting that hate group. But I criticized the poet simply because I thought one of his poems was a plagiarism. I did not have any other intention with my criticism. I know their arguments were a logical fallacy as they were not right, but I want to know the name of this logical fallacy.