Former representative gunman shooting case arrested classmates to investigate even attempted murders Morioka December 12, 7:16
In a case where Tokuichiro Tamazawa, a member of the House of Representatives, who served as the Minister of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries, was hit in the city of Morioka, the police implied the involvement of a classmate who had himself with a handgun, so in the future attempted murder I will proceed with the investigation even if I suspect.
On October 10, Tokuichiro Tamazawa, a member of the House of Representatives, was shot at his home in Morioka City, and was suspected to be injured by shooting a person at a police station in the city. (82) was arrested on suspicion of violating the sword law because he had one handgun and one bullet.
Mr. Tamazawa received medical treatment at the hospital, but we learned from an interview with the police that he was injured for two weeks.
According to the officials, Takahashi was a high school classmate and former member Tamazawa, who had previously helped with election activities at offices and supporters, but had trouble with election funds.
In response to the investigation so far, it is a statement that suggests involvement in the shooting of former Representative Tamazawa.
The police plan to send suspect Takahashi to the Morioka District Public Prosecutor's Office on the 12th for alleged violations of the sword law.