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36-year-old man arrested over murder of parents in Saitama Pref

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Police in Fujimi, Saitama Prefecture, have arrested a 36-year-old unemployed man on suspicion of killing his parents at their apartment.

According to police, Takahiro Yoshidome showed up at a police station at around 6 a.m. Sunday and said that he had killed his parents, Fuji TV reported. Police went to the apartment where he lived with his 66-year-old father and 65-year-old mother, and found their bodies.

Police said both bodies had several stab wounds. Police said Yoshidome has admitted to the crime but has so far given no motive.

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Unemployment???

very serious issue here most of the murder.

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Not another one.

He is a fair bit younger than the average loser who never mans up and joins the human race in leading a rewarding life.

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Maybe they asked him to find a job.

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@jalan5,

yeah many of us have been, explored here trying to fix issues as such.

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@ Jersey , I thought I was the only one who knew that.

many thanks

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A man man? A man's man? Man oh man!

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Mocheake,

A man, man. Man.

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they should stop using the term "man" but use: male instead, etc, going forward.

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Want to bet he was living with them and they got tired of him being a slug and told him to stop playing games and go get a job?

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Police said both bodies had several stab wounds. Police said Yoshidome has admitted to the crime but has so far given no motive.

I'm very sure that his reason would be either of the following based on previous articles on this site:

1. He grew tired of taking care of them

2.He wanted money for gambling

he grew tired of them telling him to find a job, move out or get married
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