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Wife arrested for stabbing husband to death in Kumamoto

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A 44-year-old woman and her friend were arrested on Monday for stabbing her 48-year-old husband to death in Ozu, Kumamoto Prefecture, police said Tuesday,

Rie Sakamoto, 44, and her friend Shoji Yamashiro, 49, were arrested for allegedly stabbing Kazufumi Sakamoto, 49, to death with a knife in his house around 4:20 a.m. on Tuesday.

According to police, the wife had told them she had found her husband dead. Police said the victim's parents and his three children were in the house at the time of incident. The victim lives alone in Tokyo to work and had returned back to Kumamoto on Sunday for the Obon holidays.

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Nice welcome party!

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Isn't this the third husband stabbed to death in as many weeks?

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"Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned"

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According to police, the wife had told them she had found her husband dead.

"Hello? Police? Yes, I just found my husband dead after I stabbed him...I mean, I just found my husband dead."

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wait, let me guess, "we had an argument and I lost my temper."

no that won't work, dude was sleeping.....hmm...

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A 44-year-old woman and her friend were arrested on Monday <

No mention of "her friend" involment but was arrested with her. Did one hold him while other stabbed him???? Once again not all details we need.

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todays no.1 stabbing comes from...Kumamoto. what better way to frame your husband's death than blaming it on a random knife attack!? zeitgeist crime, finger on the pulse murder. still, hang the _____.

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Give her four years suspended for five. She does have children to take care of after all.

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whats with these grown ups in japan...

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We have to find out what kind of knife she used so we can have it banned. That solves all problems!

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