The Tokyo District Court on Wednesday ordered eight former Aum Shinrikyo members to pay 59.37 million yen in damages to the family of Kiyoshi Kariya, a Tokyo notary public clerk who was killed in February 1995.

Sato Kariya, the widow, and her three children filed the damages suit in 1995, demanding 128.28 million yen from the Aum members, including senior cultists Eriko Iida and Yoshihiro Inoue.

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