Since you draw the comparison with Lucas's alterations to the six primary Star Wars films repeatedly over time, I take your meaning to be drawing parallels with QPL doing the same with Queen's releases.
QPL have not gone back and removed music or added music, with two exceptions: the re-instated bass drum in "Jealousy" and the re-instated second finale on "Tutti Frutti" on Wembley. It's hardly in the same league as Greedo Firing On Han.
Or maybe you refer to how George treats his fans, by committing such offences as allowing young filmmakers and artists to use his intellectual property for their own projects. Any fan can make a Star Wars-related movie, song or work of art without fear of Lucasfilm calling the lawyers so long as they aren't making money on it. This makes life vastly easier for aspiring directors and writers, who either whip up a film in their backyard with their buddies or are working on their undergrad degree film school projects. They can be posted online, either on personal websites and on YouTube, without infringing on copyright.
What were QPL's sins again? A few missed opportunities and standardized worldwide re-issues? The latter is a good thing and the former can be rectified at anytime.