Reclusive Japanese man killed by father who feared he might run amuck – media

Hideaki Kumazawa, a murder suspect and former top bureaucrat of the farm ministry, is excorted by police officers as he leaves at Nerima police station in Tokyo, Japan June 3, 2019, in this photo taken by Kyodo. Mandatory credit Kyodo/via REUTERS

TOKYO (Reuters) – Fearing that his reclusive son might cause the public harm, a former top bureaucrat in Japan stabbed the 44-year-old to death, domestic media said, days after a mass stabbing by another recluse shook the nation. The incidents spotlight Japan’s growing legion of adult hikikomori, as they are known, people who live at […]

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