japanese police finds "dangerous explosives" At the home of the militant who killed Shinzo Abe

Japanese police have found dangerous explosives at the home of an arrested shooter following the attack and shooting of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, which killed him.

Officials said: “Hazardous materials were found in the house. We have asked the neighbors to vacate the building,” emphasizing that measures have been taken in case these materials could explode.

During the attack on Abe, the militant used an improvised firearm about 40 cm long and about 20 cm high.

During the search and investigation of the gunman’s house, several more items were found similar to those found at the scene and which could also be improvised weapons.

Sources said that during the attack, Abi was wounded in the right side of the neck, after which bleeding was observed. In addition, bleeding was recorded in the chest area on the left, noting that at the time of the injury he was conscious, but during transportation his condition became critical “with cardiac and pulmonary arrest.”

Police and security forces immediately arrested the shooter, 41-year-old Tetsuya Yamagami. He did not show any resistance during the arrest.

Japanese media reported that Yamagami served in the country’s Maritime Self-Defense Force for three years until 2005.

And the media, citing informed sources, report that the perpetrator of the attack on former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was not satisfied with Abe and wanted to kill him.

Source: RIA Novosti

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