I wrote a very beautiful (non copied) answer to a question. The question was this
As you people can't see, I got $7$ upvotes on that answer. Now that question was closed because of a duplicate. I thought that I can also write the same answer on the question that was asked before. So I wrote the exact same answer there
Then a moderator named Xander Henderson told me that I should not post multiple answers. Everything was okay. Since I was going to sleep, I decided that I will delete the answer that I posted on the question that was asked before, tomorrow.
But then when I woke up, I saw one of my answers deleted. And to my surprise, I was the one that I answered in this post, the one with $7$ upvotes.
I think if it was so much necessary to delete one of the answer, Xander could have deleted the one with no upvotes. It cost me $70$ reputation points and it was also my most voted post until it was deleted.
He's a moderator and doesn't even know the right thing to do. Why did he delete the answer that had upvotes instead of the answer with $0$ upvotes. In my opinion this is just misusing the powers
Or is it the protocol$?$ To delete answers that many people found useful and not deleting the one which apparently no one has seen.
I demand justice and once again it is proved that MathStackexchangeIsVeryBad