Among the series of wide-area robberies that have occurred one after another across the country, in the trial of the attempted robbery that occurred in a house in Iwakuni City, Yamaguchi Prefecture last November, the Yamaguchi District Court said to the defendant, "I am in a position to receive instructions." Nonetheless, he played an important role in the execution act, ”he was sentenced to 2 years and 6 months in prison.

In a series of wide-area robberies that have occurred one after another all over the country, it was known that there was a group that gathered members of "dark part-time jobs" on SNS and repeated crimes while changing the executors. He is also believed to have been involved in an incident in which he threatened with a cutter knife, tied his wrists with a cable tie, and tried to rob him of money.

In the Iwakuni City case, five people were indicted for attempted robbery and home invasion, and among them, the trial of Tsubasa Watanabe (26), a company employee in Edogawa-ku, Tokyo, was preceded.

In previous trials, the prosecutor's office sought four years and six months in prison for "easily participating in the serious crime of robbery," while the defendant's lawyer was given a suspended sentence, saying, "They did not harm the residents." I wanted a verdict.

In the ruling on the 2nd, Yamaguchi District Court Judge Masaaki Yamada said, ``The defendant participated in the crime by applying for a job on SNS, and acted as the executioner according to the instructions of his accomplice. And even though the robbery was an attempted robbery, we cannot underestimate the tremendous fear that the victims suffered."

After that, ``The defendant broke into the house and threatened the victim with a cutter knife, and although he was in a position to receive instructions, he performed the act and played an important role. He was sentenced to 2 years and 6 months imprisonment, saying, "Even if he regrets and apologizes, he will not be able to avoid imprisonment in light of the seriousness of his responsibility." was handed over.