Murder of a woman living on the street “I thought it would be gone if I made her feel pain”

“I thought I’m going to be gone if I didn’t make you feel sore,” the murder of a woman living on the street, November 21, 3:30 p.m.

On the 16th of this month, the Metropolitan Police Department arrested a 46-year-old man who had appeared at a police box at a bus stop in Shibuya Ward, Tokyo, on suspicion of fatal injury. In response to the investigation, he said, “I thought that if I didn’t make him feel pain, he would be gone.”
The man arrested was Kazuto Yoshida, 46, 46, who was not an unknown occupation in Kashiwazuka, Shibuya Ward, Tokyo.

According to the Metropolitan Police Department, an 64-year-old woman who was sitting on a bench at a bus stop in Kusagaya, Shibuya Ward, was hit on the head in the early morning of the 16th of this month and is suspected of fatally injuring her.

The woman was living on the street and was suddenly attacked while she was sleeping, and the Metropolitan Police Department was investigating the whereabouts of a suspicious man on a security camera, but at around 3 a.m. on the 21st, Yoshida appeared at a nearby police box and said, “I did it.”

According to the Metropolitan Police Department, he told the investigation, “I hit him because I thought that if I hurt him, he would be gone from the bus stop. I didn’t think I was going to die.”

Yoshida lived about 800 meters away from the scene of the incident and was usually taking a walk around the area in the middle of the night.

The Metropolitan Police Department is looking further into the situation at the time.

The figure of the person who puts hands together in the field, too

A man in his fifties who visited the bus stop on the scene just after noon on the 21st was quietly hand-in-hand with a bouquet of flowers.

The man said, “I came to know about the incident on the news and wanted to pray for the well-being of the victim’s woman. I heard that he was living on the street, so I thought he was having trouble eating and drinking, so I brought bread and hot tea today. I’m very sorry that I’ve been victimd like this, even though I’m not supposed to have done anything wrong. Because the suspect was arrested, I want him to pay for his crimes, and I want him to be a society that can be close to people who live on the streets like women.”