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I don't blame you for wanting to get to the bottom of this - it's not the kind of thing you should ignore! Activity log really is the best place to debug this. Are you sure Filter is set to "none" when you view the activity log?
Alternatively, check your initial import csv doesn't have a column heading named Marketing Suspended with its column cells set to 1, as this would explain why your list would be set to Marketing Suspended on import.
Let me know how this develops!
Adam has an excellent point regarding the list import.
It can be a matching field containing 1 (as Adam highlighted) or the field mapping in the import's dialog box.
Please copy/paste the column headers (first line of your CSV) and the first line containing data.
It is ok to replace the names and email addreses provided the commas separating the fields remain intact.
I double checked on the Activity log and my filter is set to "none". I also looked at the csv file and there is no Marketing Suspended column.
Email Address,Phone,First Name,Last Name,Address,City,State,Postal Code,ContactType,Source
email@example.com,123-123-1234,First,Last,Address,Carroll,OH,43112,Consumer,Alice customer list
Is there a smart campaign somewhere erroneously setting imported leads to Marketing Suspended? If not, I'm not sure what else to suggest other than to ask Marketo support to have a look!
Let us know how this develops - with persistence I'm sure you'll get to the bottom of it :)