Author Chapter 14 (Inspector Kurokochi)
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Thanks for the chapter.
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This is great thriller crime manga, more ppl should read it.
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The cold cases mentioned in this chapter:
they make for an interesting read to be honest 🙂

The Shimoyama incident: 1949 - involved the disappearance and death of Sadanori Shimoyama the first president of Japanese National Railways
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shimoyama_incident

Teigin case: 1948 - Cyanide poisoning of bank employees
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sadamichi_Hirasawa

Soka Jiro (aka Kusaka Jirō) incidents: 1962/1963 - Crimes of varying degrees (bombs, sniper attacks, etc.) where the culprit left the name "Soka Jiro" behind.
(could only find link in french and japanese) https://ja.wikipedia.org/wiki/%E8%8D%89%E5%8A%A0%E6%AC%A1%E9%83%8E%E4%BA%8B%E4%BB%B6

Glico Morinaga case: 1984/1985 - Kidnapping and extorsion
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glico_Morinaga_case
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@Allexio
you really should put links in the credits page
it's debateable given the demise of batoto how long any site like this can survive
Hopefully versions of this will remain available on the internet for years to come.
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@subliminal
I would've if I thought people would be interested enough to retype an url in their browser
😉
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@Allexio
it's not an exclusivity thing you can post links in the comments AND in the credits
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@subliminal
well, there's also the fact that I want people to use mangadex.
so if I can say some things will only be available on mangadex, I'm pushing people to use it instead of shitty aggregators.
it's a bonus. if they want the bonus, the least they can do is come read the comments on the original site I posted :)
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bad way of trying to convince him
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@fuko
Yeah ha ha !
😁
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Thanks for the extra stuff man. Appreciate it.
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@Allexio
That's what being a smooth operator means, you're a pro
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@Allexio
The 300 million case and other famous crimes from Japan have always fascinated me, perhaps because I saw the sketchy looking cop's picture when I was a kid and the bizarre image got imprinted in the back of my mind. Thanks for the extra reading material!