ALS Commissioned Murder Case The Doctor Who Undertakes Euthanasia Posts a Novel Of The Main Character Or July 31 16:51
In a commissioned murder case in which a woman with an incurable disease and ALS was murdered, it was found that a doctor who undertakes euthanasia had posted a novel about the main character on an Internet novel posting site before the incident. The police are investigating the connection to the incident, which they believe could lead to the elucidation of the motive.
In November last year, doctors Yuichi Okubo, 42, and Naoki Yamamoto, 43, were suspected of being commissioned to commit murder by administering drugs and killing a 51-year-old woman in Kyoto City suffering from ALS, an incurable disease in which muscles of the whole body gradually move.
According to a police investigation so far, it was found that a doctor who undertakes euthanasia had posted a novel of the main character on an Internet novel posting site in June last year, five months before the incident, five months before the incident.
The author is the same as the account name of Dr. Okubo’s SNS, and the novel is for money and self-realization, and the police investigation approaches the doctor who killed the patient.
In this, the main character’s doctor says, “There are many ways to kill without leaving evidence,” and “It’s a world where people who want to die go abroad and pay millions of yen to die. It is good if it comes to die as it likes in Japan.”
The police are investigating the connection to the incident, considering that the author is Dr. Okubo himself and that it could lead to the elucidation of the motive.