The Lancet and scientific integrity

And here we are with the Macchiarini case. The Lancet writes

Last week, allegations of research misconduct against Paolo Macchiarini, a professor at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden, were finally dismissed. The university issued its final ruling, concluding that there was “nothing to support suspicions of scientific misconduct”.

The university judges about their own case? Pubpeer comment cites an independent court

A Swedish court has finally, belatedly if insufficiently, convicted Macchiarini for causing bodily harm during an experimental stem-cell windpipe transplant.
Do the Lancet’s editors still think that causing bodily harm (in this case a euphemism for killing people) is not a form of scientific misconduct?

Yes, I am a bit disappointed by The Lancet who printed 7 of my papers.