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The ongoing trials of some former cult members and the fact that the group still exists under a new name must keep memories of the attacks still fresh in the respondents.

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Shinsuke Kimura, the head of the nonprofit organization Recovery Support Center. It conducted a survey with NHK of the victims of the 1995 sarin gas attacks by religious cult Aum Shinrikyo shows that more than 90% do not think the case has been closed. (NHK)

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Curious that Aum Shinrikyo is not mentioned by name in this article and neither is their new alias Aleph. Most people in my town are oblivious to the fact that Aum has a 'yoga' center operating here under their new and improved Aleph moniker.

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