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Compulsory prosecution trial, request for resumption of hearings, request for evidentiary hearing of Supreme Court decision

Victims’ representatives head to the Tokyo High Court on the morning of March 23. to file a motion to reopen the trial

June 23, 2022
On June 23, TEPCO’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, Tsunehisa Katsumata, 82, former chairman of TEPCO, and three other members of the company’s former management team, were acquitted in the first trial after the prosecutors’ panel voted to force them to stand trial on charges of manslaughter and death.

The trial concluded on March 6, and a decision date has been set for next January, but the Supreme Court ruling on the class action lawsuit brought by residents who were evacuated from their homes after the accident is still pending. The court concluded the trial on January 6 and set a decision date for January next year.

 At a press conference held in Tokyo after the filing of the appeal, Yoko Okawa, a lawyer representing the victims, said, “The Supreme Court decision does not deny the reliability of the long-term assessment itself. (I think it will be difficult to maintain the first instance judgment (in the compulsory prosecution trial).

June 26, 2022 - Posted by | Fuk 2022 | , , ,

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