The feedback post for the moderator review and reinstatement processes has been up for multiple days, and after refreshing my page this morning, I noticed that the majority of comments on the thread were deleted.
To show you what I'm talking about, here's an archived version of the thread from yesterday. It shows that yesterday there were approximately thirty comments on the thread, including a largely significant one with 620 points that read:
It's like Monica doesn't exist and you never hurt her badly. Before trying to fix the least of our concerns, come clean with Monica. Either prove she did something terribly wrong justifying what you did, or make a public apology. Continuing to the next phase of discussing theoretically what you should do in the future, means you don't even care about the past. – gdoron
Only five original comments on the thread remain and none of them were posted after October 21st.
Now, I'm not a high-rep user and I can't confirm who deleted these or why, so here's my questions:
Why were these legitimate community concerns deleted/censored?
Who deleted these comments? Was it a staff member or a moderator?
I'm going to explain something. I'm not asking about how the comment system works. I'm not asking if a certain number of flags could cause a comment ot be automatically removed.
For twenty-five comments to get removed at once seems like more than flagging could handle. All I want to know is the reason they were removed. If it was some crazy coincidence, then feel free to close this question.