There are some answers on this site that are just plain out 100% wrong (explained why wrong in the comments, and usually downvoted).
We can't flag them for moderators to delete (that usually gets declined), since the answer is simply wrong and not spam/etc... leaving aside other consideration, a mod isn't expected to be an expert enough on the subject matter of every question be be able to judge correctness in a binding way.
However, these answers are still deletable by high-rep users if the accrue negative votes.
My question is:
1. Is it within site rules for high rep users to delete such answers? (answer 100% wrong from subject-matter-expert perspective, but not deletion-worthy from moderator view).
2. If so, is it within site rules to organize a campaign to delete such answers?
Please note that I'm merely asking if it's against the rules. NOT whether it's a good idea or bad idea (if the answer to this question is "no against the rules" I will post another question with a specific suggestion of how to do it, where people can vote on whether the approach I had in mind is a good idea).