Prosecutors have agreed to turn over to lawyers the audio recordings of interrogations of a falsely convicted man.
The Utsunomiya District Public Prosecutor’s Office had claimed the tapes should not be provided to news media on the grounds they could affect the privacy of murder victims and that the tapes should not be discussed during the retrial of Toshikazu Sugaya, 62.
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