I'm aware of what's explained in the answer to "Why does the Community ♦ user approve and reject edits?". However, consider a suggested edit review scenario which looks like so:
ModeratorX♦ reviewed this MMDD-3 at HH-3:MM-3: Reject User2 reviewed this MMDD-2 at HH-2:MM-2: Approve User1 reviewed this MMDD-1 at HH-1:MM-1: Approve
The above scenario is what I'd call a fully approved (by User1 and User2) suggested edit, which later on got overruled by a moderator (rejected by ModeratorX♦).
As a variation to the above scenario, consider this scenario:
User1 reviewed this MMDD-5 at HH-5:MM-5: Edit Community♦ reviewed this MMDD-4 at HH-4:MM-4: Approve
The above is what I'd call a Community approved suggested edit (by Community♦ and User1). It typically happens if the reviewer of the suggested edit (User1) uses the review action "Improve edit" (instead of just approving it).
Question: Can a moderator overrule such "Community approved suggested edit" (similar to the first scenario)? If so, where can I find 1 sample of such review?
Note: Obviously, a moderator can always perform related actions such as an additional edit and/or a rollback, but that is not what my question is about.