The Investigatory Committee, after careful review of all available evidence, determined
that there is no substance to the allegation against Dr. Michael E. Mann, Professor, Department of Meteorology, The Pennsylvania State University. More specifically, the Investigatory Committee determined that Dr. Michael E. Mann did not engage in, nor did he participate in, directly or indirectly, any actions that seriously deviated from accepted practices within the academic community for proposing, conducting, or reporting research, or other scholarly activities. The decision of the Investigatory Committee was unanimous.
Just to prove I’ve read, or at least skimmed, it: Lindzen’s bit is jolly.
[Update: that was a bit of a boring post (JA doesn't manage any better) so how about some more Tiljander? I only mention it because someone manages to say William Connolley's position is too subtle, nuanced, and complex for me to summarize - isn't that just what you'd like *your* position to be? Anyway, I don't think anyone has managed better than me, in this post. AGW Observer has a go, and while I'm happy to quote his "Looking at McIntyre's claims on this and the real situation descibed above shows that McIntyre's claims are false" I didn't read carefully enough to work out what McI's claims might be. Unfortunately Ari seems to have missed a very fundamental point - the sign-invariance one even though I hammered that several times. Oh well. APS also has a post with loadsa comments (I'm sure I left him one too but I see it not, never mind, it was only to point to my post and explain, yet again, why the Tiljander series don't matter much in the reconstruction). Apart from that it looks like cue the go-round-in-circles-again kind of stuff we've come to know and move on these kinds of issues]