Seven years ago, the Supreme Court dismissed the defendant's appeal and imprisoned him in a trial of the defendant who had been acquitted of being accused of having killed a woman by falling from the bridge in the mountains of Yame City, Fukuoka Prefecture. The 22-year decision will be finalized.

Natsuki Sakuta, a 35-year-old unemployed defendant with an unspecified address, took a 25-year-old woman who lived with her for a while to take a sleeping pill and took her to the mountains of Yame City, about the height. He was accused of falling from a 55-meter bridge and killing him.

Defendants admitted that she had driven to the scene, but pleaded not guilty to her not taking medicine or falling off the bridge.

The Fukuoka District Court of the first instance said, "The woman was unable to get over the bridge on her own because of the medicine she took, and it was difficult for her to stand. It is admitted that the defendant who was with her had fallen." 22 Passed the year.

The defendant had appealed because the Fukuoka High Court of the second trial made the same decision, but Koichi Kusano, the judge of the Supreme Court's second small court, decided to dismiss by the 14th, and the sentence of 22 years in prison was confirmed. It was decided to do.