jimmy_kud0_tv2 wrote: DCUniverseAficionado wrote:
jimmy_kud0_tv2 wrote:The reason I ask is that I find it a bit weird about Asaka being the uploader. That would mean that Asaka is uploading the story from the point of view where he/she is saying that they are the main suspect. Also regardless of whether Asaka had solved the dying message, their name appears in it. If anyone else were to actually find the information and look in to it (besides Conan) then Asaka would still be the main suspect.
Thus, if Asaka is not Rum, the most likely candidate becomes Rumi Wakasa, due to her appearance, age and abilities.
Her interest in Shinichi/Conan is also a factor—perhaps she was able to track him to to his access of the web page where she posted the info, and/or had her full attention on the murder of Gaito Hotta (File 951–File 953). Eventually, either one or both led her to tracking down Shinichi/Conan and becoming a faculty member at Teitan Elementary to get a look at him in person, and test him.
What do you mean by appearance? Asaka's appearance, what we can see from the out of focus photograph, is 17 years out of date. Also Asaka is supposedly androgynous enough that even Hotta was only guessing due to the mirror. But Rumi is clearly dressed in a "feminine" type fashion.
(this is just a question and not an argument, for or against her)
I just meant she has long black hair. 17 years ago, she could've had it in a ponytail.
She certainly doesn't act "feminine" in private (File 968). She easily could've been wearing more "masculine" clothing 17 years ago, especially as a bodyguard.
MrDetective wrote:I still think Kuroda is Rum and you can't convince me otherwise
Subaru ≠ Bourbon
Jodie ≠ Vermouth
I guess you think Gosho's going for the double twist of, "You thought he was too obvious, but he actually is
he's too obvious!"
So why hasn't he made a move on Shiho/Ai, yet?
Now, as for 975...
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