First-time member of the House of Representatives Sentence Documents Suspected Obscenity Denial of Charge Dec 16 Dec 18:31
The Constitutional Democratic Party member Hiroshi Hatsuka, member of the House of Representatives, was found to have been sent a document four years ago for obscene acts of an acquaintance woman in a taxi running in Tokyo. It means that the charges are denied to the investigation.
The document was sent to the Constitutional Democratic Party, Mr. Hiroshi Hatsuka, a member of the House of Representatives (50). There is a suspicion of forced obscenity.
In the meantime, after being charged with a woman, the Metropolitan Police Department proceeded with the investigation, such as listening to the circumstances of the member of the Diet, and sent the documents on the 10th of this month.
In response to the investigation, Representative Hatsuka denies the charges.
Concerning Hatsuka, the Constitutional Democratic Party was reluctant to suspend the office for six months after receiving a weekly magazine report that there was obscene acts against women.
At that time, Mr. Hatsuka said, “If you have ever made me feel uncomfortable due to my speech, I would like to frankly apologize. "There is no fact at all."