Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack

Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE - In this Sept. 25, 1995, file photo, cult leader Shoko Asahara, center, sits in a police van following an interrogation in Tokyo. Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes. Or they might not. Such is the secrecy that surrounds Japan’s death penalty system. Tuesday, March 20, 2018, marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (Kyodo News via AP, File)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE - In this undated file photo, cult guru Shoko Asahara, left, of Aum Shinrikyo walks with Yoshihiro Inoue, then a close aid, in Tokyo. Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes. Or they might not. Such is the secrecy that surrounds Japan’s death penalty system. Tuesday, March 20, 2018, marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (Kyodo News via AP, File)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
Toyohiko Otomo, head of the Kasumigaseki subway station district, offers flowers at Kasumigaseki station in Tokyo Tuesday, March 20, 2018, to mark the 23rd anniversary of sarin nerve gas attack by the Aum Shinrikyo cult. Members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars in 1995, sickening thousands and killing 13. (Yoshitaka Sugawara/Kyodo News via AP)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE - In this March 20, 1995 file photo, subway passengers affected by sarin nerve gas in the central Tokyo subway trains are carried into St. Luke's International Hospital in Tokyo. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (AP Photo/Chiaki Tsukumo, File)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE - In this May 9, 1995 file photo, two woman devotees to the doomsday cult, Aum Shinrikyo, watch a group of police search their building in Fujinomiya, central Japan. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (AP Photo/Sadayuki Mikami, File)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE - In this March 25, 1995, file photo, Aum Shinrikyo members look out from a window to observe the fourth-day of a police raid operation at No. 6 Satian, one of the doomsday cult's communes near Mount Fuji in Kamikuishiki, west of Tokyo. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (AP Photo/Hiroshi Otabe, File)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE - This Aug. 27, 2010 file shows the main gallows of the Tokyo Detention Center in Tokyo. Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes. Or they might not. Such is the secrecy that surrounds Japan’s death penalty system. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (Kyodo News via AP, File)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE - In this Aug. 27, 2010, file photo, multiple push buttons for executioners to activate a trapdoor are seen on the wall of a room adjacent to the main execution chamber with a ceiling-mounted pulley and the trapdoor marked with red squares on the floor at the Tokyo Detention Center in Tokyo. Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes. Or they might not. Such is the secrecy that surrounds Japan’s death penalty system. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all.(Kyodo News via AP, File)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
This March 15, 2018 photo, shows the Tokyo Detention Center in Tokyo. Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes. Or they might not. Such is the secrecy that surrounds Japan’s death penalty system. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
In this March 15, 2018 photo, people walk near the Tokyo Detention Center in Tokyo. Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes. Or they might not. Such is the secrecy that surrounds Japan’s death penalty system. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (AP Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE- This undated file photo, shows former senior Aum Shinrikyo member Kiyohide Hayakawa who was sentenced to death in 2000. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (Kyodo News via AP, File)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
The Jan. 7, 1990 photo shows Tomomitsu Niimi, a member of Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult who has been sentenced to death. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (Kyodo News via AP)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
The Jan. 7, 1990 photo shows Tomomasa Nakagawa, a member of Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult who has been sentenced to death. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (Kyodo News via AP)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE - This 1990 file photo shows former member of Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult Kazuaki Okazaki who has been sentenced to death. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (Kyodo News via AP, File)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
FILE - This undated file photo shows A former Aum Shinrikyo cult member Masato Yokoyama who was sentenced to death in 1999. Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes. Or they might not. Such is the secrecy that surrounds Japan’s death penalty system. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (AP Photo/Kyodo News)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
Subway staff members offer a silent prayer at a station in Tokyo Tuesday, March 20, 2018, to mark the 23rd anniversary of sarin nerve gas attack by the Aum Shinrikyo cult. Members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars in 1995, sickening thousands and killing 13. (Yoshitaka Sugawara/Kyodo News via AP)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
The Dec. 3, 1996 photo shows a cutout of Yasuo Hayashi, a member of Aum Shinrikyo doomsday cult who has been sentenced to death, near a local police station in Okinawa. Thirteen Japanese cult members may be sent to the gallows any day now for a deadly 1995 gas attack on the Tokyo subway system and other crimes. Or they might not. Such is the secrecy that surrounds Japan’s death penalty system. Tuesday, March 20, 2018 marks 23 years since members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars, sickening thousands and killing 13. Cult leader Shoko Asahara and a dozen followers have been sentenced to death for that and other crimes that killed 27 in all. (Kyodo News via AP)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
Shizue Takahashi, the wife of a subway worker killed in the March 20, 1995 sarin gas attack, prays after laying flowers on the stand set up at Kasumigaseki subway station in Tokyo Tuesday, March 20, 2018, to mark the 23rd anniversary of sarin nerve gas attack by the Aum Shinrikyo cult. Members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars in 1995, sickening thousands and killing 13. (Yoshitaka Sugawara/Kyodo News via AP)
Japan cult members could be hanged any day for subway attack
Shizue Takahashi, the wife of a subway worker killed in the March 20, 1995 sarin gas attack, speaks to journalists in Tokyo Tuesday, March 20, 2018, on the occasion of the 23rd anniversary of sarin nerve gas attack by the Aum Shinrikyo cult. Members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult punctured plastic bags to release sarin nerve gas inside subway cars in 1995, sickening thousands and killing 13. (Yoshitaka Sugawara/Kyodo News via AP)
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