When any field of a revision is suppressed, hiding either the performer, content, or edit summary from all users, the same should be done to any AbuseFilter hits corresponding to that revision. This is often forgotten, it would be fairly easy to do it automatically, and this would help protect sensitive information from accidental disclosure.
It is: the AbuseLog entry won't be crossed out and italicized, but it should have a trailing (hidden because revision has been deleted), which is accurate. It will still show up as "visible" in the search filter since it was not explicitly hidden, but it remains tied to the revision. That is, if the revision is unhidden, the AbuseLog entry will be as wel.