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Police on Wednesday sent investigation papers on three employees of JCO Co. and the company itself to prosecutors on suspicion that the nuclear-fuel processing firm illegally changed production procedures at its plant in Tokai, Ibaraki Prefecture.

Illegally rewriting the procedure manual led to Japan’s worst nuclear accident last year.

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