A court sentenced a former top bureaucrat to six years in prison Monday for killing his socially reclusive son in Tokyo earlier this year.
The Tokyo District Court found that Hideaki Kumazawa, 76, a former vice minister for agriculture, forestry and fisheries, stabbed his 44-year-old son Eiichiro in the neck and chest multiple times on June 1, causing his death from massive blood loss.
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