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Shibushi Case: The charge was violation of Public Offices Election Law, where defendants
were accused of bribing for votes in Kagoshima prefecture councilor election. The Kagoshima
district court acquitted all twelve defendants on February 23, 2007 and the judgment became
final. With no such an incident, the case was made up by the police using coercive
interrogation called "tataki-wari," which originally means "smashing into pieces" but
contextually means inducing false confessions by psychological pressure.
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