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Justice Minister Eisuke Mori expressed reluctance Friday over requiring police and prosecutors to fully videotape the questioning of crime suspects.

Critics say questioning behind closed doors has led to many wrongful convictions. The Japan Federation of Bar Associations has called for a law requiring full videotaping.

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