The Council's Anger Toward a Bishop is not Withdrawn
JCM 1358 dealt with JCM 1346. That in turn overruled a bishop who had made improper decisions during a jurisdictional conference session (JCM.1338). The bishop was asked to send a brief supporting his decisions but he never did. His actions could not be meaningfully overturned by the Council so even if the bishop chose to justify his decisions, there was no way to undo them. JCM 1346 was as angry as I‘ve seen the Council be toward a bishop for failing to respond.
In effect, with this memorandum, the Council stood by its excoriation of the bishop.