Today I decided to go through the Close Votes reviews.
There seemed to be nothing wrong with the reasons for closing the flagged questions at first, but then I noticed the dates of asking the questions. There were some really old questions in there.
The two linked questions are voted to be closed because it's technical support for modded Minecraft. First of all, since the questions have good answers, why would you close it?? The answers could help someone with a frustrating problem! Furthermore, the questions were asked before modded Minecraft technical support was banned. So at the time, these questions were allowed.
There were quite a few more close votes that didn't make sense to me, for example on this question. Voted to close as a duplicate. This "duplicate" question literally has an answer that says "While not a direct duplicate of this Arqade question" and someone votes to close it as a duplicate of THE VERY QUESTION THE ANSWER ADDRESSED AS A NON-DUPLICATE. Seriously?
Third and last example of an incorrect close vote: on this question, as a duplicate. This question has a score of 5, while the "original" question had a score of -4, and no upvotes. Imagine you're someone with this specific problem, and you find 2 questions on the same problem. Obviously, you are not going to chose the question with very negative score, because it's probably a bad question with bad answers. But, someone decides to close the good question with more score and views as a duplicate, but doesn't even bother upvoting the original question so that it would get more attention. What?! If you think the original question doesn't deserve good score, don't base duplicates off of it.
It feels like if a robot was flagging these questions, following the rules, but not using any brain do do stuff. While these flags are helpful according to the rules of this site, it might be harmful to people trying to solve a frustrating problem, because the only solution on the internet gets deleted.
Also, I have a feeling many of these questions were flagged by one user who brought the close votes on them. I hope you read this post.