Actually "removal" is not the correct terminology for what happened. The 24 books which comprise the Tanakh were chosen (canonized) and separated into three categories, the law, the prophets, and the writings. There were many other books to choose from, but they were not included for various reasons. They were not removed, and were, and are still available to be read.It is obvious that "someone" removed some books from the Judeo-Christian Bible (i.e. Tobit, Second Maccabees, Enoch, etc.). For proof look at the ancient Dead Sea scrolls, Peshitta, Septuagint and Ethiopian Orthodox Bibles. Someone obviously violated Revelation 22:19 thereby erasing Lilith.
Unlike the NT, which was canonized, and people were killed if they tried to have their own copy. On the Vatican's list of banned books for laypeople, the bible was right at the top of the list.