Recently I raised a flag on an answer:
Clearly this user is a crankpot; just see the deleted answers by him and the currently accepted answer also by him, and the comments he made saying that this proves Fermat's last theorem. Somehow, some other users have also been upvoting his nonsense every now and then. But at least it is undeniable that his answer is utterly useless and ought to be deleted... – user21820 13 hours ago
It was declined with the following note: "Wrong answers need not be deleted. Even utter failures of answers. Esp. by moderators. Downvoted: of course!"
But this reason is completely inconsistent with the fact that both the previous two answers of his had been deleted by moderators unilaterally!
Furthermore, my flag was wrongly declined! Read the answer again and tell me how it answers the question! I don't want to raise a flag again just for it to be disputed or declined, but I don't wish to have to pinpoint the user in question. Moderators can easily find the flag I mentioned, right?