Assassin of Inejiro Asanuma honored by right-wing groups on anniversary of suicide

Right-wing groups celebrated the assassination of socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma by holding a ceremony to honor his killer, Otoya Yamaguchi, at Hibiya Park in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward on Tuesday, the 50-year anniversary of Yamaguchi's suicide.
Right-wing groups celebrated the assassination of socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma by holding a ceremony to honor his killer, Otoya Yamaguchi, at Hibiya Park on Tuesday, the 50-year anniversary of Yamaguchi’s suicide.

(Photo by Tokyo Reporter, November 2, 2010)

Right-wing groups celebrated the assassination of socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma by holding a ceremony to honor his killer, Otoya Yamaguchi, at Hibiya Park in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward on Tuesday, the 50-year anniversary of Yamaguchi's suicide.
Right-wing groups celebrated the assassination of socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma by holding a ceremony to honor his killer, Otoya Yamaguchi, at Hibiya Park on Tuesday, the 50-year anniversary of Yamaguchi’s suicide.

(Photo by Tokyo Reporter, November 2, 2010)

Right-wing groups celebrated the assassination of socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma by holding a ceremony to honor his killer, Otoya Yamaguchi, at Hibiya Park in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward on Tuesday, the 50-year anniversary of Yamaguchi's suicide.
Right-wing groups celebrated the assassination of socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma by holding a ceremony to honor his killer, Otoya Yamaguchi, at Hibiya Park on Tuesday, the 50-year anniversary of Yamaguchi’s suicide.

(Photo by Tokyo Reporter, November 2, 2010)

Right-wing groups celebrated the assassination of socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma by holding a ceremony to honor his killer, Otoya Yamaguchi, at Hibiya Park in Tokyo’s Chiyoda Ward on Tuesday, the 50-year anniversary of Yamaguchi's suicide.
Right-wing groups celebrated the assassination of socialist politician Inejiro Asanuma by holding a ceremony to honor his killer, Otoya Yamaguchi, at Hibiya Park on Tuesday, the 50-year anniversary of Yamaguchi’s suicide.

(Photo by Tokyo Reporter, November 2, 2010)

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  1. When I read your tweets about it I was pissed because I was at work and couldn’t go.
    Seeing the pictures is really fucked up.
    Shinto priests? WTF?
    Great work as always.

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