Ikebukuro Hotel Women's Body Case Prosecuted College Student for Criminal Murder October 9th 18:28
In a case where a woman's body was found at a hotel in Ikebukuro, Tokyo, an arrested college student was accused of commissioned murder for recruiting suicide applicants at the SNS and squeezing and killing the woman's head accordingly.
The prosecution was defended by Mizuki Kitajima (22), a fourth year university student in Iruma City, Saitama Prefecture.
According to the charges, Defendants Kitajima recruited suicide volunteers on Twitter, met a 36-year-old woman who responded to it at a hotel in Ikebukuro, Tokyo on the 12th of last month, squeezed his head with both hands and charged him with a crime Has been asked.
The woman was tied and killed in a compression bag, and the Metropolitan Police Department arrested on suspicion of murder, but stated that she was `` killed by being asked '' to investigate, the Tokyo District Public Prosecutors Office Charged with the crime of a murder.
In this case, Twitter's message left on Defendant's mobile phone was deleted, but when the Metropolitan Police Department proceeded with the analysis, another 10 who appealed `` I want to commit suicide '' besides the killed woman In addition to interacting with teenage girls, they had promised to meet, and also said that they were communicating with other people via Twitter on the arrest stage.