“One win or lose, thousands of yen to 20,000 yen”, Kurokawa Prosecutor and Bet Mahjong May 21, 21:47
The Asahi Shimbun, which was attended by employees in the tokyo high prosecutor’s office’ case, published the results of the survey on The Night of The Night, saying that “employees and Kurokawa prosecutors have won and lost about 10,000 yen per person in the past year.”
In this problem, it is understood that it was a combination of the employee who was a journalist of the Sankei Shimbun and the journalist of the Asahi Shimbun that The Kurokawa prosecutor was gambling Mahjan.
The Asahi Shimbun published the results of the survey, which were heard by employees on the night of the 21st.
Accordingly, the employee admitted that he had been betting four times in total after the state of emergency was declared.
This month, the reporter of the Sankei Shimbun and the employee of the Asahi Shimbun won thousands of yen, another reporter of sankei shimbun and the chief of the Kurokawa prosecutor lost, and the employee of the Asahi Shimbun was defeated on the day.
On top of that, “four people have been marjan in the past three years at about two times a month, and one win or loss was about 20,000 yen per person from 20,000 yen per person.”
The employee has also left the editorial department for three years and is not involved in the coverage and reporting of a series of issues, such as the extension of The Kurokawa Prosecutor’s Retirement And the Revision of the Public Prosecutor’s Office Act.
A spokesperson said, “We apologize for the highly inappropriate situation in the state of emergency. It’s a personal act, but we’ll do more research and respond appropriately.”
On the other hand, Sankei Shimbun also announced the comments again on the night of The 21st.
“I found that a social reporter working at the Tokyo head office had been betting multiple times for several years with the interviewees. I am deeply sorry that gambling is not permissible, nor is it a very inappropriate act in the midst of a state of emergency declaration. We will deal with it strictly.”