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Man sought over murder of 63-year-old brother

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Police in Tokaimura, Ibaraki Prefecture, are looking for a 57-year-old man suspected of killing his 63-year-old brother at their home on Sunday night.

According to police, an 86-year-old woman rushed to the nearby home of a female relative and said her two sons had fought and that the younger one had stabbed his brother, Fuji TV reported. The relative called 110 at around 8:20 p.m.

When police arrived at the scene, they found Zenichi Nagayama collapsed and bleeding. He was taken to hospital where he was pronounced dead.

Police said Monday the whereabouts of Nagayama’s younger brother remained unknown.

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50 and 63 year old brothers still living at home with their mother.

It's a recipe for poor mental health.

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If it’s not about a woman then it’s about money. lol

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Yukijin, don't jump to conclusions that they are living with their mother. It could be they visited her home regarding some issue such as how to care for her and got into an argument.

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Why do people think it's not natural to be living at home after a certain age? In Asian and other cultures it's quite natural.

It was the industrial revolution that started making people leave their home to become a conveyor belt operator in the big city and this destroyed the cottage industries.

There can be many benefits in multi-generational living, we only hear about the negatives

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If it’s not about a woman then it’s about money. lol

lol?

Seriously?

5 ( +5 / -0 )

don't jump to conclusions, ok waiting on NEXT story....until the curses catch up and overtake.

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