• Kyodo


A 19-year-old male in Nagoya has been arrested for allegedly threatening to kill a key figure in the SEALDs student group fighting the Abe administration’s security legislation.

According to police, the suspect has admitted to sending a threatening letter to Aki Okuda, a 23-year-old Meiji Gakuin University student and a leading figure in Students Emergency Action for Liberal Democracy.

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