Japan Knife Attack Suspect: ‘It’s Better That the Disabled Disappear’

Japan-compressedTOKYO (USA Today) An apparently disturbed man arrested in a stabbing rampage at a care facility for mentally disabled people near Tokyo on Tuesday had earlier warned authorities that he might carry out the attack, according to police and local news media.

At least 19 are dead and 26 injured after the man, a former employee, allegedly broke into the facility early Tuesday and went room to room stabbing patients with a knife. He was arrested without incident after he turned himself in at a police station nearby, according to Kyodo News Service.

It is one of the worst mass killings in Japan in modern times.

Kyodo News Service said police arrested a 26-year-old man who turned himself in at a nearby police station at about 3 a.m. Tuesday, local time.

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  • Grace Kim Kwon

    Paganism is an utter darkness although pagans do not hate what is good knowingly like the Western secularists do. This incident is a typical of pagan mentality which is same as secularism – to erase off those are deemed as unwanted humans or disgraced humans. That’s why Non-christian mankind has no problem killing the unwanted children in wombs everywhere on earth. Christianity alone cherishes everyone’s life and protects everyone, reaching the lost souls with the life-giving Gospel and conducting God’s love and judicial justice at the same time. The Japanese Christians suffered the heaviest persecution for more than 300 years, and the Japanese people need Jesus for salvation.

  • Grace Kim Kwon

    “In Him(Jesus) was life, and that life was the light of all mankind. The light(Jesus) shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.” (John ch.1)

  • http://verbus.dreamhosters.com OneBreadOneBody

    I’ve been told that this site tries to focus on US news which is why a French Catholic priest murdered while celebrating Mass was ignored yesterday. Apparently Japan is more important than France and the lives of handicapped people are more important than Catholic lives. Hypocrites.