The Japanese police admitted that "flaw" In Shinzo Abe’s defenses

Japanese police have admitted that the murdered former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has security problems.

The police chief of Nara Prefecture, where Abe was shot on Saturday, said there were security holes undeniable, given that the former leader was shot dead in the presence of his bodyguards.

“I take this matter very seriously and with great regret,” Prefectural Police Chief Tomoaki Onizuka said at a press conference. He added that he bears full responsibility for the killing of Abe, as he led and approved the security plan.

“I think it’s undeniable that there are security concerns for former Prime Minister Abe,” he added.

Source: NBC News

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