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World Man sentenced for placing knives on Japan prince's desk

11:25  14 february  2020
11:25  14 february  2020 Source:   msn.com

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A Japanese man who left two kitchen knives on the school desk of Japan ' s Prince Hisahito, who is second in line to the throne, was given a suspended sentence on Friday. The prince was not at school when the knives were apparently placed on his desk .

Prince Hisahito (centre) was not in the classroom when the knives are believed to have been left. NHK said police officials were questioning him and suspected he placed the knives at the desk , while Nippon Television said he admitted the allegations.

A Japanese man who left two kitchen knives on the school desk of Japan's Prince Hisahito, who is second in line to the throne, was given a suspended sentence on Friday.

Prince Akishino, Prince Hisahito of Akishino standing next to a person in a suit and tie: Prince Hisahito is second in line to the throne, after his father, the brother of Emperor Naruhito© KOJI SASAHARA Prince Hisahito is second in line to the throne, after his father, the brother of Emperor Naruhito

The man was handed an 18-month sentence, suspended for four years, a Tokyo district court spokesman told AFP.

Kaoru Hasegawa was arrested in April on suspicion of illegally entering the premises of the junior high school that the prince attends.

He was also accused of violating Japan's firearms law.

The prince was not at school when the knives were apparently placed on his desk. They were later found by school officials.

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and placing knives on the school desk of Prince Hisahito at his school in Tokyo has made disparaging remarks about Japan ’ s Imperial Prince Hisahito attends the Ochanomizu University Junior High School in Tokyo’ s Bunkyo Ward. The school’ s security footage showed that a man

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Hisahito, 13, is the son of Emperor Naruhito's younger brother Akishino, who is first in line to the throne.

The presiding judge said Friday that Hasegawa "carried out the crime because of selfish thoughts that he wanted to get attention," according to public broadcaster NHK.

"There's no room for leniency," the judge said.

The incident came as authorities were beefing up security ahead of the abdication of the popular former emperor Akihito after a 30-year reign.

Threats to the imperial family are relatively rare. In 1975, Akihito was almost hit by a Molotov cocktail in Okinawa, a major World War II battlefield where there was strong anti-emperor sentiment.

Japan's Chrysanthemum Throne can only be inherited by a male heir, according to the Imperial Household Law, in place since 1947. That has raised the prospect of a succession crisis if Hisahito does not have a son.

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