Final fugitive nabbed in Tokyo subway attack
Katsuya Takahashi, the former bodyguard for the Aum Shinrikyo cult leader, was tracked down at a comic-book cafe in downtown Tokyo. He admitted who he was when approached by police.
Takahashi had been on Japan’s most wanted list for years for his suspected role in the sarin gas attack on Tokyo subways that killed 13 people and injured about 6,000 in 1995, shattering Japan’s long-held sense of safety.
According to media reports, he worked for a construction company and avoided capture for years by using a fake name, wearing a surgical mask