I'm not sure anything would come out that exonerates the players, but there's almost certainly a few people that have gotten off with minimal repercussions from the whole exercise.The absolute bottom line is in order to "clear" the 34 players, someone needs to start telling the truth. As there are self-interests in need of protection, that will never happen and the players will remain guilty as charged. The players are bottom rung on the priorities ladder. Bruce Francis doesn't seem to realise it, but he's gunning for the wrong people.
I'll say Alan Turner. Forgettable opening bat, but destroyed Thommo's shoulder which devastated meYep. Muller was dire, but BF was putrid.
Our absolute worst is the Hollow Man who has the worst average of a Number 6 to have played 30+ Tests. Identity = Mitch Marsh.