Aside from giving you the names to go after, that list has no real value in terms of authorization.
Of the 21 characters involved in the 2 suicide ganks, 15 of them are (and have been for a while) outlaw status.
The other 6 are not far away from that either:
Anyone with a security status -5 or below, can be freely engaged by any other player at any time.
So your killright list doesn’t really change much. You (and everyone else) can already go kill them.
However, it isn’t as simple as finding them and killing them.
Characters that only gank, know how to operate in order to avoid being killed by faction police; and that also makes them difficult to kill by other players.
So going and getting revenge isn’t that simple.
Best thing to do if you want to continue to be a “hard working” miner, is to learn how to set standings for corps, watch local, don’t just sit still while mining, dscan and watch for combat probes within 1AU; and learn to warp off before a gank fleet ever lands on you.
It’s also worth looking for ice belts with other easy targets and just make yourself a harder target. That way, there’s a higher chance that the gankers will shoot the other guy first.