Suposto assassino de Abe EX. primeiro ministro Japonês, afirma ter usado arma de fabricação caseira

A man (bottom) suspected of shooting former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe is tackled to the ground by police at Yamato Saidaiji Station in the city of Nara on July 8, 2022. - Shinzo Abe was shot at a campaign event on July 8, a government spokesman said, as local media reported the nation's longest-serving premier was showing no vital signs. (Photo by Yomiuri Shimbun / AFP) / Japan OUT / NO ARCHIVES
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A polícia japonesa disse, nesta sexta-feira (8), que o suposto assassino do ex-primeiro-ministro Shinzo Abe era um desempregado de 41 anos, Tetsuya Yamagami, que afirmou que usou uma arma de fabricação caseira.
“É uma declaração do suspeito e determinamos que (a arma) é claramente feita à mão, embora nossa análise esteja em andamento”, disse à imprensa um policial da região de Nara, onde ocorreu o assassinato.
A man (bottom) suspected of shooting former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe is tackled to the ground by police at Yamato Saidaiji Station in the city of Nara on July 8, 2022. – Shinzo Abe was shot at a campaign event on July 8, a government spokesman said, as local media reported the nation’s longest-serving premier was showing no vital signs. (Photo by Yomiuri Shimbun / AFP) / Japan OUT / NO ARCHIVES

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