Question: Are Aizen and Gin behind the shinigami "disappearances"? It's actually pointing towards that direction and a lot of readers are already convinced that that is the case. However, I'm not that convinced yet. If Aizen is indeed the person responsible, then why hasn't anyone found out about it. I mean, Kensei definitely had a good look at his assailant and seemed to have known him (basing on his "...you... ...bastard..." reaction. Also, I'm not saying he knew his assailant. It SEEMS that way, at least that's what it looked like to me). If it was Gin who attacked him, which would seem likely if Aizen were behind it because of the attack pattern, then Kensei could have easily told SS about it even after he became a vaizard. Anyway, that's my opinion.
I apologize if this has already been discussed in previous threads but seeing that no thread is devoted to this particular topic, and on account that I am too busy to scan each thread, I decided to create this thread.
-And also, if you post a reply, please be as polite as possible. I have read a lot of replies from other threads that were quite insulting and impolite. Let us not forget that we all hold different opinions and viewpoints. No one person shares your exact same opinion. So if others have opinions that are different, opposite, or contradictory to yours, please do not insult them because for sure, you would not want others to insult you. "If you desire respect, be the first to show it". -