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New photos of Japanese Red Army fugitives released

Posted by Junichi Kawagoe on 03.2010 News Out of English Newspaper   0 comments   0 trackback
NHK WORLD

Japanese police have released new photos of fugitives belonging to an extremist group, the Japanese Red Army. The 3 fugitives were involved in a series of terrorist attacks both in Japan and abroad in the 1970s and 80s.

The release of the photos comes as police tighten security in the lead-up to the summit of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum in Yokohama in the autumn.

The photos show Junzo Okudaira, Norio Sasaki and Ayako Daidoji, all members of the Japanese Red Army.

Okudaira is on an international wanted list in connection with the seizure of the French embassy in The Hague in 1974 and other incidents.

Sasaki is also on an international wanted list for his involvement in the 1977 hijacking of a Japan Airlines jetliner flying over India, among other charges.

Fresh warrants were issued on the 2 men in 2004 for obtaining passports using fake identity in 1998 after sneaking back into Japan.

Daidoji is suspected of being involved in a series of bomb attacks targeting leading Japanese corporations in 1974.

Police believe the 3 are still engaged in illegal activities, moving between Japan and other countries. They decided to make public the previously undisclosed photos in an effort to step up their hunt for the fugitives ahead of the APEC summit.

2010/04/02 10:28(JST)
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