Nara Prefectural Police Don’t Deny Shinzo Abe’s Security Issues
TOKYO, July 9 – RIA Novosti. The police chief of Nara Prefecture, where the assassination attempt on former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe took place, said there may be problems with the safety of the murdered politician.
Shinzo Abe was attacked during a street performance in Nara, Japan, on July 8. The attacker fired two shots from behind the politician from a distance of about 10 meters. Abe was taken to Nara Medical University Hospital and died five hours later. The politician was 67 years old.
“There is no denying that there is a security issue,” police chief Tomoaki Onizuka said at a press conference. He noted that choosing a former prime minister as the target of assassination during the election campaign was unforgivable barbarism.
Onizuka stressed that “it is urgent that this issue be investigated in the most comprehensive way”.
At the same time, the head of the Nara Prefectural Police noted that there is only one day to develop a plan for the speech of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and to take security measures. event.
Tetsuya Yamagami, 41, was detained at the scene of the assassination. He offered no resistance during his arrest. The perpetrator is currently giving a statement to the police. During interrogation, Yamagami initially said he was “not happy with Abe”, but later stated that his target was actually another politician and that Abe was later elected, and Abe was allegedly associated with “an organization” owned by the criminal. their accounts.
Farewell to former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe will take place on July 11 at the Jojoji Buddhist temple in central Tokyo, and the politician’s funeral will take place on July 12, a source told RIA Novosti.
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