Former Japanese Red Army executive Fusako Shigenobu, a 76-year-old prisoner who had been sentenced to 20 years in prison and was sentenced to 20 years in prison, was released after his sentence.

Although the Japanese Red Army has been declared to be dissolved, seven members are still on the run and police are still on the alert.

The source is Fusako Shigenobu, a former inmate (76), a former senior officer of the Japanese Red Army.

He was sentenced to 20 years in prison for attempted murder and other charges for being involved in the 1974 embassy occupation in the Netherlands, but after finishing his sentence, he was sentenced to Tokyo before 8 am. I got on a pick-up car from the "East Japan Adult Orthodontic Medical Center" in Akishima City.

About 20 supporters gathered in front of the facility, and there were groups nearby protesting former executives.

According to the people concerned, the former executive said that he had surgery for cancer while he was in prison and said, "I want to live quietly while treating my illness" before I was released.

Former Japanese Red Army executive Shigenobu declared the dissolution in 2001, but seven members are still fleeing.

Police officials are calling for information by publishing videos of members, and considering that the danger as a terrorist organization will not change, they will keep an eye on future trends of former executives and continue to be vigilant. ..