Today at 1:30 p.m., the trial of former special prosecutor Moriichi Tanaka was held at the Osaka District Court.
I didn’t have a numbered ticket, so I thought I couldn’t go to the hearing at first, but I went out to see it, and there were surprisingly few people there.
We were soon able to get to the sidelines. Due to the high level of interest in the trial, a two-minute news camera session was allowed, but of course, the defendant did not enter the trial, only the judge and
Although it was filmed in a goofy scene with only the prosecutor, lawyer and secretary seated.
At 13:35, defendant Morikazu Tanaka was admitted with a waist strap on. The impression I was drawing on my own (small, fat and large)
In complete contrast to the other two, he was petite and rather slender. It’s my personal opinion, “Be careful of the little guy…”, he was a man on the street.
As soon as the court opened, the judge said in a quiet voice, as if he had been pushed aside, “The main sentence, the defendant is sentenced to three years in prison.
However, the accused did not budge an inch and was seated at the judge’s direction. After that, the sentence was read out for an hour, but the defendant did not move a muscle during that time.
Quietly he listened to the judge’s voice. The defendant wrote, “I came across Tenpou Nakamura’s book at the detention center…” Maybe it’s because
I think he is trying very hard to do “stable Uziza” at the office…