Prosecutors have found evidence suggesting a lawmaker charged with bribery over a proposed casino resort offered money to witnesses to give false testimony in court, sources close to the matter said Saturday.
Prosecutors said they found the fingerprints of House of Representative member Tsukasa Akimoto, 48, on bills he allegedly distributed through an accomplice to bribe the witnesses.
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