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Shinzo Abe’s remains have arrived in Tokyo, and his funeral is scheduled next Tuesday

Shinzo Abe, a former Japanese prime minister, and prominent politician, were assassinated earlier today, July 8, during a political gathering held in Nara City. The local police detained Tetsuya Yamagami shortly after being shot in the chest.

Yamagami is accused of shooting Shinzo Abe with a homemade shotgun; the bullet is said to have left a hole in the former prime minister’s heart. He was shot in the chest and taken to the hospital, eventually passing away from his wounds.

Tetsuya Yamagami allegedly confessed to why Shinzo Abe was shot during the political event, according to the local police. Yamagami reportedly expressed his “dissatisfaction” with Shinzo Abe during the police investigation, according to local Japanese media sources.

Yamagami “had a grudge against a certain organization, and that he committed the crime because he felt former Prime Minister Abe had a link to it,” according to the Nara City police.

Yamagami was dissatisfied with Shinzo Abe’s political stance, yet little is known about the murderer and his motivations for killing the former prime minister. There are still several unanswered questions following Tetsuya’s interrogation.

Shinzo Abe was reportedly shot by Tetsuya Yamagami when speaking to the crowd at a public gathering. Yamagami allegedly used a shotgun that was built with the help of a 3D printer and other gear.

Shinzo Abe was on the ground unconscious after being shot in the chest. Pictures from the scene showed Abe lying face-up on the ground, holding his chest, and his white shirt was still covered in blood. He was taken urgently to the hospital, where his vital signs were nonexistent, and he was subsequently pronounced dead.

Yamagami is a former member of the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force, according to local media sources. The police have not released any other information on the assailants. He reportedly served in the Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force from 2003 to 2005.

The former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe was mourned by many, including Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who tweeted, “I am stunned and grieved beyond words at the untimely passing of one of my greatest friends, Shinzo Abe.” “He committed his life to make Japan and the globe a better place,” he continued.

This article is drafted by Prittle Prattle News exclusively.

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