You are going to die! It was the cry of a man who wanted revenge in the fire of Japan
A 41-year-old man bought gasoline and poured it into an anime studio in Japan. Apparently this fact was given as a revenge of the subject for an alleged theft of ideas for the creation of cartoons.
In the fire, so far it is known that 33 people died, as the building was quickly consumed by the flames. A spokesman told Kyoto police "A man poured flammable liquid and started the fire."
According to witnesses, the man before setting fire to the building's occupants shouted "They are going to die." Information that was given on the public television channel NHK. It is stated that the person who caused the fire was also injured, being transferred to a local medical center and remains in police custody.
The first hypotheses that were obtained from the facts are that the attacker had resentments for alleged theft of ideas at the hands of Kyoto Animation studios. Promoting the man to attempt with the lives of the occupants of the company.
Neighbors in the area say that the aggressor suffered burns on his legs and arms, and that when he was captured he repeatedly said that these studies copied his ideas. The man accepted the charges with the police.
While it is true that the studio had already been receiving threats for years, this is stated by Hideaki Hatta, CEO of Kyoto Animation; "We have received emails with death threats."
Tokyo Yuichi Maeda said in an interview: It is one of the biggest and best animation firms in Japan and with that loss of life, many of the best animation hands in the country are likely to be dead.
El día de hoy, se ha anunciado la trágica noticia del fallecimiento de más de 30 personas por un incendio provocado en el famoso estudio de Japón, Kyoto Animation. Además, también se ha conocido...webmediums.com