“Death penalty for “Twitter killer” in Japan“
“Takahiro Shiraishi Twitter Killer”
Takahiro Shiraishi, who murdered eight women he met on Twitter in three months in Japan, and a man close to one of these women, was sentenced to death.
The court found the accused responsible for all the charges and sentenced him to death.
It is known that eight of the people Shiraishi killed between August and October 2017 were women between the ages of 15-26, and one was a man who was very close to uncovering the murders as a relative of one of these missing women.
Takahiro Shiraishi (Japanese: Takahiro Shiraishi, born c. October 1990) is a Japanese serial killer. In Zama, Japan, between August and October 2017, he murdered nine people, mostly young women including 3 high school girls.
Takahiro Shiraishi was living in an apartment in Zama, a city in central Kanagawa Prefecture. Reportedly, he put out an advertisement asking people to come to his house so he could watch them commit suicide. He offered to either assist, or watch them kill themselves A friend of his indicated that he had indulged in choking games with school friends, and signs of his later victims indicated that they had been choked to death.
Before his move to Zama, Shiraishi had worked as a “Kaori Scouto” (a scout who lures women into brothels to work in the sex industry) in Kabukicho, Tokyo’s biggest red light district. At this stage, people had started warning locals about him , describing him as a “creepy scout”. Shiraishi then moved from Tokyo into an apartment in Zama in August 2017.
One of the missing women’s brothers started an investigation on his own to find his sister. A woman assisted him by contacting Shiraishi, and setting up a fake appointment. They both involved the police.
The police then arrived at the apartment and asked where the missing woman was. Shiraishi indicated she was in the freezer. Police found nine dead bodies in the house, all of which had been dismembered. In three cooler boxes and five large storage boxes, police Neighbors corroborated the events by confirming that foul smells of rotting flesh had come from the house. Shiraishi had discarded elements of the people into his bin, which had been taken away in the recycled rubbish. Eight of his nine victims were women in their late teens to early twenties.
Police investigation had confirmed the missing woman had been walking with Shiraishi on 23 October.
Shiraishi confessed to killing and dismembering the nine people. Before he committed the murders, Shiraishi had told his father his life had no meaning.
Shiraishi claimed his motive was sex. He wanted to use his victims ’vulnerable states to manipulate and sexually assault them, fulfilling his fantasies and not having to worry about them denying his advances.
Takahiro, known as the Twitter killer in Japan, was sentenced to death. We all know that if Takahiro, who was awaiting death, regretted, 8 Japanese women would not come back. Opponents of execution exist all over the world. For this reason, instead of listening to the Japanese executioners, they said they would do whatever was in accordance with its law.