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3 members of family die in apparent suicide in Hyogo

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Sad

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Very sad!

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This is just totally screwed up..... teenaged daughter too?

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apparently in a suicide incident, police said Wednesday.

So the police walked in, saw them all dead, and declared it a suicide. Did they even consider the possibility that it might have been in murder suicide? But I get it, if it's officially a group Suicide, the police don't have to do any work to find out who may have killed the others and then themselves

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reminded me of the intro of the movie Sinister. scary stuff.

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So the police walked in, saw them all dead, and declared it a suicide. Did they even consider the possibility that it might have been in murder suicide? But I get it, if it's officially a group Suicide, the police don't have to do any work to find out who may have killed the others and then themselves

did you not read the part where they said it was an "apparent" suicide? nothing has been determined yet. smgdfh...

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Rest in Peace to the poor young girl. Led down this path by two adults who were truly evil to their core.

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I’ve become somewhat cynical and indifferent towards suicides in Japan... but come on, the 15yo girl had to have been coerced and/ or brainwashed. That is truly sinister. RIP.

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Very sad and strange story.

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lack of religion, culture of suicide. Japan can be a first world country, but at the end they are just, japanese, who see themselves merely as a gear of society, expendable beings without a soul. Hard to find a reason for a whole family to kill themselves off.

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poor girl, I hope she can finally rest in peace. As to the father and grandmother - burn in hell you parasites

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The bodies of Aiko Tamada, 79, her 52-year-old son Yoshinori, and the man's 15-year-old daughter Saki were discovered Tuesday night along with what appeared to be a suicide note at the house in Himeji, Hyogo Prefecture, the police said.

So shocking! I feel like running away. Rest in peace.

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Rest in peace for the deceased.

This is where those bizaare horror movies are based from.

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