The Supreme Court on Tuesday upheld lower court decisions to hang a former yakuza for killing two other gangsters in 1997.
“The crime was systematic and pre-arranged, and brought about the gravest consequence. . . . A death sentence is inevitable,” the presiding judge, Toyozo Ueda, said in handing down the ruling to Sumio Nakahara, 60.
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