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I have read on somewhere SO that deleted answers are viewable for users with high reputation.

Q1: How many reputation is required to view deleted answers of others?
Q2: Can someone still downvote on deleted answers?
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up vote 4 down vote accepted
  1. 10,000 Reputation
  2. You can't vote up or down on deleted answers, and when rep is recalculated, votes from deleted items aren't taken into account (unless it was deleted because it was flagged, e.g. offensive).

You can check out the FAQ entry on deleted posts for any other questions.

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