G20 Smoke Case Criminal is Former Police Officer | NHK News
However, in the vicinity of the venue of the G20 Osaka Summit held in June, it was assumed that the fireworks that emit smoke were left on fire and the police operations that served as security were hindered.
G20 Smoke Case Criminal is former policeman August 20 15:35
A former police officer of the Osaka Prefectural Police suspected of obstructing counterfeiting operations, saying that fireworks that emit smoke were left in the vicinity of the G20 Osaka Summit held in June, and the police operations that served as security were obstructed. Was arrested for.
Arrested by former police chief of the Osaka Prefectural Police, suspect Ishibashi Shunji (47).
According to the police, former Iwabashi General Manager Iwahashi is holding a summit, and on the afternoon of June 28, fireworks lit up with smoke called “smoke balls” near the venue “INTEX Osaka” in Suminoe-ku, Osaka. It has been suspected that the counterfeiting work was disturbed because it was left unattended and interfered with the work of the police that guarded the summit.
When the police investigated the images of security cameras around the site, it turned out that there was a suspicion that former Director Iwahashi was involved, and that he admitted that the investigation was `` no mistake '' .
Former Director Iwahashi was sent a paperwork and suspected of violating the Gunsword Law last year and resigned.
In Osaka City, the next day the fireball on the street in the center was left unattended, and a suspicious man escaped from the scene, and the police are investigating the relationship.