Shinkansen killing case first trial "Proceeded to kill" prosecution admit content November 28 11:34
In June last year, the first trial of a 23-year-old man who was accused of murder in a car on the Tokaido Shinkansen that was running in Kanagawa Prefecture was killed by a knife with a knife. Opened at the court Odawara branch, the defendant admitted what was prosecuted, saying, "I did it with the intention of killing."
Unscheduled, unemployed defender Ichiro Kojima (23), in June last year, cut off three passenger men and women on the Tokaido Shinkansen that was running between Shin-Yokohama Station and Odawara Station. Murdered Kotaro Umeda (38 at that time), and was accused of murder and attempted murder for injuring two women.
The judge's trial for this case began on the 28th at the Odawara branch of the Yokohama District Court, and the defendant admitted the indicted content by saying, “I did it with the intention of killing.
Defendants wore gray sweatshirts on top and bottom, wore glasses, cut their hair, appeared in the courtroom, and looked around.