A man suspected of torching an animation studio in western Japan shouted that he had been plagiarised and appeared to have planned the attack, media said on Friday after a blaze that killed 33 people in Japan's worst mass killing in two decades. The 41-year-old man "seemed to be discontented, he seemed to get angry, shouting something about how he had been plagiarised", a woman who saw the suspect being detained told reporters. The unidentified man shouted "Die!" before dousing the entrance to Kyoto Animation headquarters with what...Full Article
Japan Animation Studio Fire: Suspected arsonist alleges Kyoto studio plagiarised his work
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