With reference to the flags page in moderator (10k) tools.
Here 10k+ users can tend to flags by users.
As a user with a fairly decent flagging history (95%+ helpful) (FYI - ~4% is, IMO, incorrect declines), I rarely get my flags disputed or declined, but yet it still gets reviewed by users who can't do much about it.
I know (well, remember from somewhere) that users agreeing with the flag moves it up in the moderators' queue, but, if that's the case, it might as well start off close to front.
I suggest we change this such that flags of a user with a flag weight  above a certain threshold (TBD) don't go through users who can't do much about it.
By "can't do much about it", I don't necessarily mean all non-mods - 20k users can vote to delete downvoted answers, so tending to these don't necessarily require moderator action. Not sure if there are other cases.
Ideally this should reduce the number of posts on that page for non-moderators without affecting the moderators.
< joking-but-not-really >
Ideally the users that now have less things to deal with will end up bored and find their way to the close vote review queue.
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: I believe it's still around, just no longer shown