- The man Tuesday night in a village near Tokyo nineteen disabled stabbed in their sleep, had already announced his action in February and has been treated for it. On 2 March, the 26-year-old Satoshi Uematsu 'cure' explained notify Japanese police sources.
'I can erase 470 disabled people's lives,' the 26-year-old Satoshi Uematsu wrote in February in a letter to the president of the Japanese parliament. 'I want a world where severely disabled people who are not self-employed can live at home and do not participate in society, to step out of life. '
Uematsu also announced in his letter that he would murder 260 clients during a night shift. The former employee of the institution where the casualties was immediately put fixed and recorded. Presumably he is no longer monitored after his release early March.
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Uematsu in the night of Monday to Tuesday resurfaced at the institution and established a bloodbath. He gave himself after his act to the police.