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Charge of Aggrevated Breach of Trust Dropped Against Sahashi

The Yomiuri Shimbun reports that the charge of aggravated breach of trust leveled by the Nova administrators against former Nova president, Nozomu Sahashi, has been dismissed.

According to the report, the Osaka District Public Prosecutors dropped the case due to insufficient evidence. Although Sahashi admitted to using the telecommunication company (Ginganet) he owned to sell massive quantities of unwanted videophones to Nova, Public Prosecutors deemed that there was no intent to cause harm as Sahashi never pocketed any of the money from the sale of the videophones.

Sahashi is still appealing his embezzlement conviction.

Yomiuri Shimbun




(2010年4月1日11時15分 読売新聞)



I call BS on that. Dude still isn't even in jail yet, is he?

Saruhashi might yet be able to escape jail, but I take some pleasure in knowing all the lawyers' bills he'll need to pay to get himself sprung will eat up whatever cash he has got stashed away. Then I'd say the chances of anyone wanting to give him a job or do business with him are less than zero, so before not too long he may be living under a bridge and eating leaves he's boiled up in an empty Cup Noodle pot. Picturing this is almost as satisfying as picturing him in prison.

...I can't believe after two and a half years, the f***er is still in the news. I mean, I'm glad to see that he is slowly and surely being burned at the stake. But really, I think we've reached the point at which eikaiwa has much better (?) news to report than this dead horse (which has already been beaten to a pulp). Nonetheless, thanks for the update.

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