By Tim Kelly NARA, Japan (Reuters) - The person who killed Shinzo Abe believed the previous Japanese chief was linked to a non secular group he blamed for his mom's monetary spoil and spent months planning the assault with a selfmade gun, police informed native media on Saturday. Tetsuya Yamagami, an unemployed 41-year-old, recognized because the suspect on suspicion of homicide on Friday after a person was seen in movies repeatedly proven on Japanese tv calmly approaching Japan's longest-serving prime minister from behind and firing. Wiry and bespectacled with shaggy hair, the suspect was seen stepping i...


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