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2018年7月31日 (火)

AUM Shinrikyo cases still not closed: Author Haruki Murakami

村上氏のコメントは英語なら無料でアクセスできます。
が、日本語は有料でした。
林被告のことが多く綴られてい
One thing I remember very well about the trial of Yasuo Hayashi was the constant presence of his mother. Someone told me, "That is Hayashi's mother." A petit woman, she was often sitting in a seat in front of me. She never budged a bit throughout the proceedings, perhaps looking toward her son in the defendant's seat. The only time she did not appear in the court was the day when the judgment was announced. I wonder if she sensed that an ultimate penalty was going to be handed down on her son, and could not bear to hear it with her own ears. I feel pains when I think of her -- Is she still doing fine? What is she feeling regarding the news of the execution?ます
ます(彼はサリン関係者の中で唯一の終身刑で、死刑にはなってません)。ここは新鮮でした。
後のコメントは概ね既に目にした内容かと思いますが、村上春樹氏がこうして英語で発信することの意義は大きいと思います。
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If there was any intention of "bringing a closure to those cases," or an ulterior motive of making the institution called the death penalty a more permanent one by using this opportunity, that is wrong, and the existence of such a strategy must never be allowed.

There are many things we, including myself, have to learn from in connection with those AUM-related cases, and the death of the 13 individuals did not close the door to such a learning process. What we should do is to think deeply again about the meaning of "unfortunate and unlucky" while facing their deaths and feeling the weight of their lives that are gone forever.

If there was any intention of "bringing a closure to those cases," or an ulterior motive of making the institution called the death penalty a more permanent one by using this opportunity, that is wrong, and the existence of such a strategy must never be allowed.

    There are many things we, including myself, have to learn from in connection with those AUM-related cases, and the death of the 13 individuals did not close the door to such a learning process. What we should do is to think deeply again about the meaning of "unfortunate and unlucky" while facing their deaths and feeling the weight of their lives that are gone forever.

If there was any intention of "bringing a closure to those cases," or an ulterior motive of making the institution called the death penalty a more permanent one by using this opportunity, that is wrong, and the existence of such a strategy must never be allowed.

    There are many things we, including myself, have to learn from in connection with those AUM-related cases, and the death of the 13 individuals did not close the door to such a learning process. What we should do is to think deeply again about the meaning of "unfortunate and unlucky" while facing their deaths and feeling the weight of their lives that are gone forever.

One thing I remember very well about the trial of Yasuo Hayashi was the constant presence of his mother. Someone told me, "That is Hayashi's mother." A petit woman, she was often sitting in a seat in front of me. She never budged a bit throughout the proceedings, perhaps looking toward her son in the defendant's seat. The only time she did not appear in the court was the day when the judgment was announced. I wonder if she sensed that an ultimate penalty was going to be handed down on her son, and could not bear to hear it with her own ears. I feel pains when I think of her -- Is she still doing fine? What is she feeling regarding the news of the execution?

If there was any intention of "bringing a closure to those cases," or an ulterior motive of making the institution called the death penalty a more permanent one by using this opportunity, that is wrong, and the existence of such a strategy must never be allowed.

    There are many things we, including myself, have to learn from in connection with those AUM-related cases, and the death of the 13 individuals did not close the door to such a learning process. What we should do is to think deeply again about the meaning of "unfortunate and unlucky" while facing their deaths and feeling the weight of their lives that are gone forever.

One thing I remember very well about the trial of Yasuo Hayashi was the constant presence of his mother. Someone told me, "That is Hayashi's mother." A petit woman, she was often sitting in a seat in front of me. She never budged a bit throughout the proceedings, perhaps looking toward her son in the defendant's seat. The only time she did not appear in the court was the day when the judgment was announced. I wonder if she sensed that an ultimate penalty was going to be handed down on her son, and could not bear to hear it with her own ears. I feel pains when I think of her -- Is she still doing fine? What is she feeling regarding the news of the execution?
One thing I remember very well about the trial of Yasuo Hayashi was the constant presence of his mother. Someone told me, "That is Hayashi's mother." A petit woman, she was often sitting in a seat in front of me. She never budged a bit throughout the proceedings, perhaps looking toward her son in the defendant's seat. The only time she did not appear in the court was the day when the judgment was announced. I wonder if she sensed that an ultimate penalty was going to be handed down on her son, and could not bear to hear it with her own ears. I feel pains when I think of her -- Is she still doing fine? What is she feeling regarding the news of the execution?
One thing I remember very well about the trial of Yasuo Hayashi was the constant presence of his mother. Someone told me, "That is Hayashi's mother." A petit woman, she was often sitting in a seat in front of me. She never budged a bit throughout the proceedings, perhaps looking toward her son in the defendant's seat. The only time she did not appear in the court was the day when the judgment was announced. I wonder if she sensed that an ultimate penalty was going to be handed down on her son, and could not bear to hear it with her own ears. I feel pains when I think of her -- Is she still doing fine? What is she feeling regarding the news of the execution?
One thing I remember very well about the trial of Yasuo Hayashi was the constant presence of his mother. Someone told me, "That is Hayashi's mother." A petit woman, she was often sitting in a seat in front of me. She never budged a bit throughout the proceedings, perhaps looking toward her son in the defendant's seat. The only time she did not appear in the court was the day when the judgment was announced. I wonder if she sensed that an ultimate penalty was going to be handed down on her son, and could not bear to hear it with her own ears. I feel pains when I think of her -- Is she still doing fine? What is she feeling regarding the news of the execution?
One thing I remember very well about the trial of Yasuo Hayashi was the constant presence of his mother. Someone told me, "That is Hayashi's mother." A petit woman, she was often sitting in a seat in front of me. She never budged a bit throughout the proceedings, perhaps looking toward her son in the defendant's seat. The only time she did not appear in the court was the day when the judgment was announced. I wonder if she sensed that an ultimate penalty was going to be handed down on her son, and could not bear to hear it with her own ears. I feel pains when I think of her -- Is she still doing fine? What is she feeling regarding the news of the execution?
One thing I remember very well about the trial of Yasuo Hayashi was the constant presence of his mother. Someone told me, "That is Hayashi's mother." A petit woman, she was often sitting in a seat in front of me. She never budged a bit throughout the proceedings, perhaps looking toward her son in the defendant's seat. The only time she did not appear in the court was the day when the judgment was announced. I wonder if she sensed that an ultimate penalty was going to be handed down on her son, and could not bear to hear it with her own ears. I feel pains when I think of her -- Is she still doing fine? What is she feeling regarding the news of the execution?

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