He played a role in hunting down a 22-year-old Japanese woman who committed suicide.
Reported an offending decision Washington post. A Japanese Internet harasser in his twenties was sentenced to a fine of only 10,000 yen (28,000 HUF) for escaping in the death of Hana Kimura, who committed suicide at the age of 22.
Kimura has been known as a wrestler since 2016 and has appeared in TV series and reality show “Terrace House: Tokyo” (Terrace House: Tokyo). His life ended after his Internet harassment became serious in May last year, partly because of man-made misfortunes in the TV show, which he was unable to handle and deal with. The man has now been sentenced to a fine. He was arrested by the police in December last year, which included writing to the victim, such as “When do you plan to die?”.
According to relevant Japanese laws, the maximum penalty for a man is 29 days’ imprisonment and a fine of 10,000 yen, but the judge only insisted on the latter.
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