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Tokyo News – According to information received by World News Superfast, a Japanese court on Tuesday sentenced a person to death for murdering and killing nine people, most of whom committed suicide in a shaking case. Thoughts were posted on social media. Takahiro Shiraishi is known as the Twitter killer by the Takichawa branch of the Tokyo District Court. Who was found guilty of killing, uprooting and storing the bodies of the victims at his apartment in Zama near Tokyo.
The 30-year-old Shirshi pleaded guilty and said he would not appeal his death sentence.
Police arrested Shirishi in 2017 after finding the bodies of eight women and one man in cold storage cases in his apartment. According to information received by World News Superfast, investigators said Shirishi contacted the victims via Twitter, offering to assist them with their suicide wishes. Investigators said he killed women, including teenagers, raped them and also killed the lover of one of the women to silence them.
On Twitter, Shiraishi used the name Hangman
According to information received by World News Superfast, he promised to help his victims die and invited them to his apartment. Although his defense lawyers argued that he aided the victims’ suicide wish, Shirishi later stated that he killed them without their consent. According to media reports, in the verdict, the presiding judge Nokuni Yano stated that none of the victims agreed to be killed and Shirishi was solely responsible for his death.
Crime was extremely heinous and caused fear and anxiety in such a society
Social media has become an essential part of everyday life. According to information received by World News Superfast, NHK Public Television reported. Japan has the world’s highest suicide rate. After a recent decline, the numbers have returned this year as people were affected by the effects of the epidemic.
Japan’s crime rate is relatively low
According to information received by World News Superfast, it has experienced some recent high-profile killings. In July 2016, a former employee of a home for the disabled allegedly killed 19 residents and injured more than 20 others.