The question was deleted by a moderator. Here is a link for users that have more than 10k reputation and can therefore see deleted posts. It was deleted because it crossed a line. Yes, we have question about murder/torture/... occasionally and most of the time these try to be somewhat civil about it - not so in this case.
HDE 226868 commented about the ...
Secespitus got most of the main points correct; I'll add on a couple things from the moderator discussion behind the scenes.
I know that us potentially being on a government watchlist thanks to some of our questions here has become something of a meme in chat, and we've had a number of meta discussions about whether we should allow questions on distasteful ...
What is the process for lodging complaints about moderator behavior, and how is that process resolved?
The typical process is to start by flagging the post your grievance is related to with a custom moderator flag and describe what you think should be changed. You've got only 600 characters for the custom flag text, so you'll have to be brief, but there's ...
All reputation changes from deleted posts are reversed. This works as designed. You willingly removed the posts and reversed the reputation you gained from that answer.
Every upvote on an answer of yours gives you +10 reputation.
Every downvote on an answer of yours gives you -2 reputation.
Therefore you had +30/-2 reputation netting +28 reputation.
No, the 25 vote remaining are the number of deletion votes you can cast:
How many times can I vote to delete per day?
At 2,000 reputation, you can cast 5 delete votes per day. An
additional vote is granted per 1000 reputation, to a maximum of 30
delete votes per day.
Edited: I quoted the wrong site. We are still in beta and the reputation ...
At the bottom of the reputation tab on your profile, make sure "show removed posts" is checked:
Alternatively, if you have at least 10k reputation, search for "deleted:yes" plus any other search terms ("is:q" for questions, keywords, tags...). This search shows you your own deleted posts but not other users'.
Questions can be deleted at any time as long as they have no answers.
Deleted posts can be seen by moderators and users with the right privilege.
Excessive deletion of content can be sanctioned, as the content belongs to the community.
To make a post completely disappear, ask a moderator to redact it.
I'll assume you're talking about this answer, this is almost the definition of a link-only answer, see point five of the list for Why and how are some answers deleted?. It relies on a series of links to external sources without given any information as to the content of those links, as it sits in the deletion queue it absolutely deserves to be there. If a ...