The Org. sense is a bit weird, but the common thread is that every person sensed by it was in the Org. at some point. This doesn't mean their allegiance was to the Org, as we know Akemi was just trying to get Shiho out and we know that Shuichi was loyal to the FBI and an infiltrator from the start. It's also possible that she sensed Rei during the Detective's Nocturne arc, since she notes the feeling as rushing up behind her, too, and he's loyal to the NPA. However, others like Gin and Vermouth are loyal (or loyal enough) to the Org., so anyone who triggers the sense is at least important to the plot, even if they aren't a threat to her or Kudo.
I'd like to comment that Gosho is consistent with his red herrings making sense after the fact. That is to say, he doesn't cheat with red herrings. A good example of not cheating would be Subaru during the Red Shirts case. Gosho's dialogue is often full of double-meanings in these instances. This is incidentally why I can't make heads or tails of Wakita at the moment, since various elements of his actions and dialogue can be argued either way. A good example of cheating with a character's actions and reactions would be Prince Hans in Frozen. While alone after he meets Anna and is still in the water, Hans smiles and it's quite clearly a sincere smile to make the audience think he's a sweetheart charmed by Anna. It's a cheat to the audience, since there's no reason for him to be hiding his intentions while alone, except to make sure the twist at the end is a surprise.
The sudden possible Org. sense trigger during the camping case will likely make sense in the end, even if I find it unlikely Wakasa Rumi's loyal to the Organization. Wakasa is clearly testing and baiting Conan and realizes he's intelligent. She's also got access to the APTX victim list, the updated list after Shiho changed Kudo's listing to "dead." Several elements of her behavior are completely nonsensical or counter-intuitive if she's supposed to be Rum. The most obvious being her name. If she's Rum, she'd be an idiot to prance around using a fake name that's essentially two letters and a letter swap away from the possible message left at the scene of a murder she committed so long ago. Especially since the Organization is so keen on keeping details quiet.
(Unless Kuroda set off Haibara's sense? But then that raises its own questions about why Kuroda didn't act on certain pieces of information and how he was connected with the Org...)
Zerozaki4869 wrote:Let me rephrase myself, When Wakita started infiltrating the BO his boss was Kuroda but then Kuroda ran into the accident and had fallen into coma and currently has lost touch with Wakita/is searching Wakita aka Akai Tsutomu, thus his favourite drink is "Red"(Akai) Tea.
The case files don't necessary mean that they will have all the information, precisely the case files will have neither as both incidents the suicide or murder had no involvement or connection with the Kohji case, but a detective who had a knack of solving tough mysteries was invited by Hotta to unearth the Kohji case, so this detective is bound to become the focal point, not Hotta's murder if Akai Tsutomu is cognisant of this fact.
Let's assume for the sake of argument that Wakita is Tsutomu in disguise, Tsutomu as Wakita infiltrated the Organization for the NPA, and that Kuroda is his boss prior to his coma. If we assume Kuroda and Wakita are out of contact based on the scenario outlined and Kuroda is searching for Akai (though drinking that kind of tea would be a quite roundabout hint), that means Wakita would be limited to information he could glean on his own or through the Organization, instead of through his connection to Kuroda.
If the former is true (information gleaned on his own), this becomes a bit odd in light of characters' reactions to this situation. While there's that invitation involving Hotta unearthing the Kohji case, the reactions of the characters to this are quite interesting. We know Conan wants to get involved and see what happens because he's got very few leads- it's a case that happened over a decade ago, everyone's either dead or disappeared, and it happened in another country. However, Kogoro himself seems frustrated with Hotta at the start, commenting that he's a fraud. Mary's reaction about it being boring and demeanor imply she doesn't hold Hotta's information or act in much regard. Hell, even Gin doesn't much care because Hotta's dead, only instead focusing on Kogoro because he thinks Kogoro keeps getting involved in Organization business. Wakita is Tsutomu in this scenario and Tsutomu was directly involved in the case, right? Even if Kogoro was brought in to help, a good detective couldn't actually do much with Hotta's sketchy and questionable information. (IE "Garbage in, garbage out.")
If the latter point is true (information gotten through the Org.), this scenario raises questions of why the Organization didn't just get Bourbon to check for them. Bourbon's already connected to Kogoro Mouri and they all still think he's loyal- Vermouth's whole reasoning for joining during the Asaca song case was because she was worried he'd harm Conan and Ran during his investigation. We know Gin doesn't like Bourbon because he tends to go off doing things on his own, but that's different than the idea of Bourbon being an outright traitor.
Zerozaki4869 wrote:Also Rum=Asaka is illogical at best childish at worst.
To think Kohji knew Rum's code-name and Rum chose such a time to kill Amanda that he had to kill someone else just to keep things under the rug (if Rum was Asaka, Amanda was a sitting duck and would have been assassinated much before.) is preposterous.
I'd disagree with your former point, as both Shuichi and Conan initially consider the idea that Asaka is Rum. It's a simple idea and doesn't multiply variables unnecessarily if you don't examine the scene again and realize elements of the current scissor case and the Kohji case have a few key differences (such as where the scissors ended up before the crime scene was discovered). They'll both likely, with further reflection, realize that something isn't right about the Asaka = Rum conclusion, but it's a common and otherwise reasonable initial guess, especially with the knowledge that it is certainly an Organization kill from Haibara's dialogue.
While I agree it'd be odd if Kohji knew Rum's codename, the Organization clearly shows concern for Asaca ever showing up, since it's still tied to Rum and we know Rum was there. I do also agree that, were Rum Asaka, that would raise questions of why Rum didn't strike at a different time, where Amanda's death wouldn't be so noticeable, and when she didn't have someone with her. However, those are things that you consider later, not when you first hear the information.