Kobe Child Serial Murder Spree: “Former Boy Should Write A Letter”

Kobe Child Serial Murder Spree: “Former Boy Letter Should Be Written” May 24 at 3:30

It is the first time since the murder of a boy in elementary school in the series of child killings that occurred in Kobe City in The Heisei Year. The boy’s father published his feelings in writing, saying, “I will never change my feelings for my child.”
In the child serial killing case that occurred in Suma-ku, Kobe city in the Year of Heisei, Jun Doshi, who was a freshman in elementary school, was murdered by a boy who was 10 years old at the time.

In the 23 years since the incident, his father, Mr. Mori, 64, made a comment to the press.

He said, “I have been moved to say that it has been 23 years since that incident occurred, but our feelings for our children will not be changed.”

And, the letter which had been received every year from the former boy of the perpetrator before the day of The death of Jun-kun made it clear that it had not received it following last year.

On that basis, he said, “We need to face the crimes that Mizuanda have committed with sincerity. The act of writing to us is an important means for that, so I think we should write, regardless of whether we receive it or not.”

Answering questions from the press about their current state of mind, he said, “I think we will drastically change the way we interact with people in the future, given the spread of the new Coronaulus infection. I’m afraid that this may become diluted. I am also concerned that there will be problems in supporting victims of crime, too.”

Mr. Mori Doshi’s Comments

This May 24 th is jun’s 23rd anniversary.

I have been moved to say that it has been 23 years since that incident happened, but our feelings for our children will not be changed.

At this time, we have not received any letters from the perpetrators.

As I have told you before, we continue to ask the perpetrators why our second son’s life had to be taken.

I think he has a duty to answer this question, but in order to do that, we need to face the crimes he has committed seriously.

The act of writing to us is an important means for that, so I think we should write regardless of whether we receive it or not.

There have been tragic incidents and accidents that have really hurt my heart over the past year.

I’m concerned about the well-being of these victims.

If I can help, I would like to cooperate with you.

The activities of the National Association of Crime Victims, which broke up the year before last, have greatly improved the environment surrounding crime victims, but I think there are still many issues left.

I think that it is often difficult to improve the remaining issues only by the “connecting association” and the power of other victim groups.

It is important to work with support groups and local governments to make improvements.

In the future, I would like to appeal to the extent that I can address the issue of victim issues.

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