This link will lead to an spam answer on Android Enthusiasts (affiliation wasn't disclosed; posted by
user117708, now nuked!) which is deleted as of now, and only 10k and above reputation points holder would be able to see it.
Before I marked the answer as spam I rejected a Suggested Edit on it because I considered it to be polishing the spam. I also vaguely remember that, before checking my helpful flags to find that the flag was resolved as helpful I was the only one who reviewed that edit.
Now that I neither can find that deleted answer in my review history nor in the Suggestions history of the user who suggested that edit, I'm curious to know what exactly happened to that edit, or what usually happens to such an edit?
- Did other reviewers review it and the edit was resolved as approved/rejected?
- Did a Moderator (a human) review it?
- In case none of the reviewers or the Moderators reviewed it, did Community ♦ jump in and post a predefine message?
- Perhaps a possibility I'm missing here. What would that be?
Edit: It is at least clear that not all the Suggested Edits disappear in thin air if the post is removed. Here is a reviewed Suggested Edit (found it here) for a question which was later voluntarily removed by its author.