They deletion in question was brought to my attention by the volunteer who did it.
Sorry for the slow response; I was asleep when I first was notified and have spent the morning doing a site upgrade.
After speaking it over with Acid, he and I are both inclined to agree that the post in question (based on the volunteer's memory of it) is acceptable and the removal was incorrect.
You're free to express any opinion you would like that a BO believes belongs on their board.
As long as you aren't plausibly planning a crime or trying to convince someone else to commit one, you're fine.
I've instructed the globals, when in doubt, to err on the side of inaction or to escalate it to us, and also to use ban/warn messages over deletions where applicable so there's no confusion.
In the future, if you feel a post was removed by a global in error, please feel free to report it on >>>/site/
. Mistakes and bad judgement happen from time to time, and while we can't (yet) bring posts back, we can adjust policies going forward.
Sorry about this; hope it clarifies our stance.