Tokyo sarin attack
Subway Marunouchi Line, Hibiya Line, Chiyoda Line.
  • Terrorism is unrelated to Japan.
  • Are you kidding?
  • Do you know the world's first bioterrorism?
  • What is it?
  • The sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway in 1995.
  • What is the sarin gas?
  • The nerve gas which Nazi Germany developed in 1936.
  • They discover it during the development of the insecticide.
  • What is the nerve gas?
  • A nerve is paralyzed, and muscle does not move.
  • What symptoms do I have?
  • You can't stop sweating, tears and slaver.
  • Vomiting, diarrhea, and incontinence.
  • A lot of organ to live is destroyed.
  • I'm scared.
  • Is there the smell?
  • There are few smells.
  • We won't notice.
  • Yeah.
  • Sarin was sprinkled by a subway of the commuter rush in 1995.
  • How did it?
  • They emptied a hole into the plastic bag.
  • Where was it?
  • It is five places to have sprayed sarin.
  • At first was Chiyoda line.
  • He made a hole in a sarin bag and got off at Shin Ochanomizu Station.
  • People fell down in a running train.
  • The train ran to the Diet Building Station.
  • 2 people died, 231 people are seriously ill.
  • Was the Diet Building aimed at?
  • The second place was Marunouchi line.
  • The criminal sprinkled sarin in Ochanomizu Station.
  • A people died, 358 people are seriously ill.
  • Damage increases because a train runs.
  • The third place was the opposite direction of Marunouchi line.
  • The criminal sprinkled sarin in Yotsuya Station.
  • The train continued running for two hours.
  • 200 people are seriously ill.
  • That is a long time.
  • Was it hard to notice?
  • The fourth place was Hibiya line.
  • The criminal sprinkled sarin in Ebisu Station.
  • 2 people died, 532 people are seriously ill.
  • Next is the last.
  • The fifth place was Hibiya line.
  • The criminal sprinkled sarin in Akihabara Station.
  • The sarin bag fell into Kodemmacho Station.
  • Other trains stopped at this station, too.
  • 8 people died, 2475 people are seriously ill.
  • There are many victims, but there are few dead people.
  • The sarin was unfinished.
  • Who are criminals?
  • Aum Shinrikyo of the religious group.
  • What is the Aum Shinrikyo?
  • The religion that a Japanese made in reference to Hinduism.
  • Why did they have a technique to make a weapon?
  • There were many believers who were higher education.
  • What was their source of funds?
  • They managed much business.
  • IT business, recruitment agency.
  • Food business, and real estate agent.
  • Why did they become violent?
  • They was common religious group.
  • But when believers increase, a lot of trouble occurs.
  • The lawyer Tsutsumi Sakamoto established the organization for victims.
  • The lawyer always stands in religious group's way.
  • Aum Shinrikyo killed Mr.Sakamoto's family.
  • Did they appear on television?
  • I watched the picture in the internet.
  • They appeared in TV and the weekly positively.
  • They hid and experimented on the weapon.
  • Where did they experiment?
  • They sprayed sarin on the residential area of Matsumoto-shi, Nagano.
  • 8 people died, 660 people are seriously ill.
  • They ignored the law.
  • Why did they lose social nature?
  • They believed Armageddon.
  • Were they going to destroy the world?
  • January, 1995.
  • A newspaper publishing company found the poisonous gas
  • which the organization developed.
  • The police planned the their investigation, too.
  • But the information of the police was leaking to the organization.
  • What happened?
  • They released sarin gas on Tokyo subway train.
  • Why?
  • They are digging their own grave.
  • This is because it bends eyes from the organization.
  • Did they succeed?
  • The Metropolitan Police Department was confused.
  • There was no evidence.
  • There was not a law to catch them.
  • The information leaked out to them.
  • They can't finish it.
  • How did they arrest a religious community?
  • Member Ikuo Hayashi of the religious community confessed it.
  • Who is he?
  • He is a doctor.
  • What did he think about?
  • He had a distrust of the religious community.
  • And the case went to the solution.
  • I was shocked.
  • I want to eat something sweet.
  • I will go to Tokyo Station at my car.
  • And you?
  • I will go straight home today.