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Man held for trying to strangle 82-year-old father in Aomori

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A 38-year-old man was arrested Sunday for allegedly trying to strangle his 82-year-old father with an electric cable at their home in Tsugaru City, Aomori Prefecture. The victim was taken to hospital and is a stable condition, police said Monday.

Mitsuyuki Kasai, 38, was arrested for allegedly trying to kill his father Kenichi around 3 p.m. He called an ambulance about 20 minutes later, telling them he had killed the father. The suspect, who lives with his father and mother, has so far given police no motive for his action.

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The son did it.

NEXT!

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how's this for a motive: he finally realized he's a loser with a crap job who still lives with his mommy and daddy

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We must be careful, my friend. Not all people who live with mommy and daddy are losers with crap jobs.

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that's right, sometimes they are murderers too

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'They kept telling me to get a job' and so on... 'I was frustrated with job' etc...

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Well, at least that's ONE way to get him out of the house.

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How can you fail to strangle an 82-year-old? I'm not condoning the act, but for God's sake you've got to be pretty cackhanded not to be able to do that job right.

String him up, anyway.

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he was probably still mad for having the oldest dad in school. when kid was 10, his dad was like 55 lol

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Im very glad he is such a loser he failed to kill his elderly father properly.

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This kind of people, better for them to commit suicide than to inflict pain to other family members using their own hands...

Hope somebody knows the real problem of society in Japan? Or is these a kind of a peer pressure they want to be with hahaha, really crazy....

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damn i live in aomori, have to be carefull now

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