Lloyd loves to remind everyone that "all he's guilty of is being a flawed individual", in order to diminish what he's done.
The problem with this is that it's such a catch-all, it literally covers the entirety of human existence, from having an ingrowing toe-nail to being Jimmy Saville. Both are examples of someone being "flawed" after all.
The problem is that it's such a generic concept.
Imagine someone has committed a crime, if they say "all I've done is committed a legal violation" it tells you nothing. Because what matters is the nature of the crime to determine its real severity. Because stealing a boiled sweet from Woolworths pick'n'mix is not the same as rape or murder, but both fall under the heading of "committed a crime".
And of course this is why he does it. He uses the generic term to avoid reminding people about "the thing" but then trots out the more serious specific examples such as "I haven't killed anyone or clubbed a seal" so he looks less culpable by comparison.
He's a master of misleading double-speak and trickery to both make out other people have done wrong when they haven't, but also to absolve himself of guilt for far more serious moral failings. I guess people do learn something from MTS after all ... they learn how to lie.