I do not find any suspicious code or scipt on that site too.
Google really warns to open that site, so before that I disabled any javascipt in my browser.
I did not check any subpages.
I would remove the link to the pdf file on top of the last post. This file is not there, pdf files could be infected too! Update WordPress, he is using 3.0.5 but latest is 3.3.5 Also check the plugins he used before enabling again and check any other theme before switching to it. Many Premium Themes you just get free ’somewhere‘ might have code in header, footer or functions.php (didn’t he use WPress Monster before?)
Using google webmastertools and analytics would help a lot in this case. No idea if it helps to create an account after that problem.
If you are sure the site is clean (I think it is in the moment) there is a way to Request a malware review, there is a link for that here: Google Webmaster Tools: About malware and hacked sites
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