Recently there was a change causing the contents of any deleted post that received even one single spam/offensive flag to be hidden, along with all actions. Super-ubber-lock. Final death. We can't flag it and need to go to the revisions to find who posted it.
While it's good and welcome for actual spam, many times frustrated/angry/troll users will mark as spam virtually anything, including just bad answers. We don't want to give them such overwhelming power.
This is the post that made me post this request (10K only link) here is screenshot:
Link to its revisions, showing the actual post:
As you can see, it was just deleted by three 20K+ users, not due to spam flags. Probably someone really angry at the OP marked this as spam.
It is NOT SPAM, neither offensive. Just a bad answer since the OP took the code from existing answer and re-posted instead of marking the answer as accepted. It deserve to be downvoted, maybe deleted, but not vaporized.
Can we please apply that "final death" only for posts that received at least three spam/offensive flags?
Another false positive, here on Meta... poor new user was only trying to be funny and got barrage of downvotes and probably one or two spam flags before deleting his own post. (He posted link to a book)