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Trial of ex-head of scandal-hit school operator to start in March

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Abe and his wife are in this up to their hips, but they'll just wade away...

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@Yubaru

Prosecutors: Mr. Prime Minister, were you involved in the land sale?

Abe: No.

Prosecutors: Okay. Thank you for your time.

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Bet Shinzo hates the timing of it....this will make headlines just before the election. Then again , sheeple at ballot box will deliver as they always do.....

What election?

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Would love to see the prosecutors or defense for that matter call Abe to testify!

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Bet Shinzo hates the timing of it....this will make headlines just before the election. Then again , sheeple at ballot box will deliver as they always do.....

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Oh this is going to be fun to watch. Those high up in Abes ar- I mean government, are going to want to shut these two idiots up before they squeal. Hopefully they'll both be shut up for a long time

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They were in Detention for 10 months I believe. Artical fails to mention the Finance official who killed himself after being pressured by his managers to fudge figures and was subsequently thrown under the preverbal bus by the same managers they resigned. After refusing to answer questions at the parliamentary inquiry. It's a dirty story that goes to the very top.

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This would be even better if prosecutors here were forced to prove up a case with evidence beyond a confession. So much information becomes public in a truly adversarial system.

Did Kagoike and his wife get bail?

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Bet shin kun want this to go away asap.

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