Former Japanese PM Shinzo Abe Assassinated During Speech
Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was shot on Friday morning in Nara, Japan, the country’s Chief Cabinet Secretary Hirokazu Matsuno has confirmed. Abe was in a state of cardiopulmonary arrest after he collapsed, according to an official from the Nara City Fire Department and was pronounced dead at the hospital.
Police arrested a man in his 40s at the scene. Abe held office from 2006 to 2007, and again from 2012 to 2020 — making him the longest-serving Japanese Prime Minister in history. He stepped down as Prime Minister in 2020, citing health reasons.
Chinese human rights activist, Jennifer Zeng tweeted on Friday:
#AbeShinzo died at about 11: 30 local time. At 18: 07 on the previous day, a Chinese language user called “重装小兔19C” said “Have successfully got close to current and former PM of Japan. I’ll complete the task given by the organization [meaning: the party, the #CCP].
Another user called “泼墨” said, “I am counting on you to get another 100,000” at 20:19 on the previous day. Then “重装小兔19C_” said: “I will not let down the organization [the party, the CCP]’s training on me at 20:24 on July 7.
The user “重装小兔19C_” is also on Twitter. He is following @AbeShinzo #ShinzoAbe and all other major @Japan #Japan accounts…
This is very disturbing. I hope the government of #Japan @japan can investigate into these two users. Who are they? What tasks were they given? Were the tasks related to @AbeShinzo #ShinzoAbe‘s murder? @CIA