Yesterday, I had an accepted answer removed on this question (10K), due to the question being removed.
It seems clear that the user was removed.
How did I track this down? Well, my reputation tab shows the following:
Usually, this is much more generic, without any clues to which post was removed (and I thought this was by design):
After an exchange in chat, I was curious if the rules about disclosure had changed. I discovered two interesting things:
Another user, Gordon Linoff, also had an upvoted answer removed from that question. Curious to see if I could see that result in his reputation tab, I found no evidence of the removal - even though, since I'm 10K, I could get that information from the question.
The policy hasn't changed overall, since yet another user, bluefeet, had a post removed yesterday, seemingly for the same reason, but I can see that evidence in her reputation tab - in fact, the second screen shot above is from her rep history.
So, my question, naturally, is why was the deleted post (and removed user) exposed to me, but not to bluefeet?
Other than curiosity, I don't think there really is any benefit to exposing to me which user was removed and which post(s) affected my reputation, but I am curious nonetheless about why this happens in some cases but not others, and why some removals on the rep tab are visible to other users, but apparently not when the post is identified.