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Man arrested for posting death threat on Kawori Manabe's blog

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Police in Hachinohe, Aomori Prefecture, said Wednesday they have arrested an unemployed 39-year-old man for posting a death threat on the blog of "talent" Kawori Manabe.

The suspect, who has been identified as Kazuki Matsuhashi, allegedly posted the threat in the comments section of Manabe's blog in early October, TBS reported. Matsuhashi had also called Manabe's agency in mid-October, leaving his name, police said.

Police said that Manabe, 34, had never met Matsuhashi and that he had posted threats before.

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There is a small detail missing. He posted it 900 times and did it because he was not happy she never replied to his tweets. Oh....and he was unemployed.......

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Most probably she has a を in her name, but spelling it like that is bound to get her name mispronounced in an awful way by non-Japanese speakers. By the way, who the heck is she?

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Another deranged Shinzo Abe supporter, planning a heavy assault on the imperial palace

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Kaori who?

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Unemployed means uneducated basket case! These people have nothing but time I there hands this is why they can think of the craziest things to do!

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Unemployed means uneducated basket case! These people have nothing but time I there hands this is why they can think of the craziest things to do!

Yes, if you lose your job, you are a total wacko on the verge of wiping out the entire population.

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leaving his name

genious

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DaDude yea you most likely are...

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Maybe he was just an angry stalker (´・ω・`)

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Most probably she has a を in her name, but spelling it like that is bound to get her name mispronounced in an awful way by non-Japanese speakers.

Her name is in romaji and kana in the attached image.

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It is a name, Spelling Kawori in one word is better than spelling Ka-o-ri.

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