I just had a look at my flag history. There are several points I don't understand.
These are not flags which I have "created" but such which I have handled in the flag queue.
There was this answer by vonbrand.
My flag history says:
"invalid flags – Hauke Laging Mar 3 at 3:36 disputed - a moderator reviewed your flag, but found no evidence to support it"
The answer is still there. I don't know whether and where I can see how this answer was flagged. But it seems that whatever it was I stated that the flag was wrong and the answer OK. "disputed - a moderator reviewed your flag, but found no evidence to support it" would make sense with respect to the original flag only IMHO. Is this a kind of bug? The system sees my "invalid flag" as "flag", too, and because the mod decides to leave the answer alone I get this message (which doesn't make sense in my case)?
Another point: That there is a "helpful" or "declined" for every entry makes the impression that all flags have been checked by a moderator. I thought that my confirmation of a flag (by a user with too little rep to cast votes) just turns the flag into a close (or leave open) vote. Why should a moderator look at that? Close votes work without a moderator, too. But maybe it works this way and the message just means "The voting decision was according / against yours".