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1970s Serial Corporate Bombing Incident: Identification and Death of East Asia Anti-Japan Armed Front Member, Satoshi Kirishima

In the 1970s, a series of corporate bombing incidents occurred in Japan. These incidents were believed to have been committed by a member of the ‘East Asia Anti-Japan Armed Front,’ Satoshi Kirishima.

Kirishima was wanted by the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department for his involvement in five incidents. Specifically, he was being pursued on suspicion of violating the Explosives Control Act in the serial corporate bombings from 1974 to 1975.

Later, Kirishima died in hospital this January. However, due to difficulty in confirming his identity, the Public Security Bureau of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department carried out procedures such as DNA testing, and as a result, they identified him as the suspect, Satoshi Kirishima.

The final note happened after his death was confirmed, and the investigation continued. After identifying Kirishima, the Public Security Bureau of the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department sent the documents to the prosecutors with Kirishima as ‘the suspect who has died.’

These efforts towards past criminal incidents can be seen as proof that Japanese society is seriously tackling historical crimes. It also reaffirms that the rule of law is absolute for criminals.


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