Japanese accused of killing 19 disabled people sentenced to death
YOKOHAMA, Japan (Reuters) – A Japanese man was sentenced to death on Monday for killing 19 disabled people with knives in 2016, one of Japan's worst post-war mass murders.
Satoshi Uematsu, 30, has admitted to stabbing or injuring the victims in a care center for people with intellectual disabilities. He had once worked at the Sagamihara facility southwest of Tokyo.
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