Court “Unauthorized Investigation Detention Not Allowed” Special Prosecution by Prosecution June 9, Toyama 18:45
Last month, before the police arrested a colleague's man in an investigation into the case of a Vietnamese man's body found in Toyama City, the court said that he stayed at a hotel every day and monitored the situation and asked the matter. It was found that the prosecution had made an extraordinary special appeal to the Supreme Court, denying detention, saying that it was an illegal investigation with a special arrest. The Toyama Bar Association protested the police and the prosecution and called for prevention of recurrence.
On the 5th of last month, a 21-year-old Vietnamese technical intern was found dead in a gutter in Toyama City due to a wound on his neck.
Police arrested a 20-year-old Vietnamese technical intern who lived with him on suspicion of abandoning the body, and then re-arrested on suspicion of murder, but the Toyama district court decided not to detain the murder. Did.
According to the lawyer, the court ruled that ``staying in the hotel for about 6 days before the arrest and conducting an interrogation at the police station while monitoring the trend was virtually the same as the arrest, it was an illegal investigation.'' It means that
On the other hand, it turned out that the prosecution had made a special appeal to the Supreme Court. It is unusual for the public prosecutor to make a special appeal over the decision of detention.
Toyama Prefectural Bar Association issued a statement on the 9th, saying, "Although there have been warnings against illegal detaining investigation methods, it was said that even during the Reiwa era, such methods were taken. I can't help but be surprised and angry." I protested the police and the prosecution and asked for recurrence prevention.
Technical intern trainees have been detained because they were charged with abandonment of corpses, but it is up to the Supreme Court to determine whether or not they can be detained and investigated for suspicion of murder.