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  • The Zama and Shibuya shootings were the double spree shootings in Japan on July 29, 1965 by Misao Katagiri, which left one police officer dead and 17 people injured, but he was finally captured by police officers. Katagiri was later executed by Japan. Katagiri was born in Setagaya, Tokyo and reportedly loved guns. On July 29, 1965, he shot dead one policeman and injured another with a rifle in Zama, Kanagawa Prefecture. He stole a handgun and hijacked four cars. In Shibuya, Tokyo, he entered a gun shop near the Shibuya fire station and took four hostages, which resulted in a gun battle with the police. About 5,000 people, including Norio Nagayama, witnessed the gunfight, during which he injured 16 people. One hostage attacked him and police officers eventually captured him. Katagiri was sentenced to death and was executed on July 21, 1972. Wikipedia

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