Chiba police free female hostage, arrest man after attack, standoff at church
###Some people says Kotabe is a rapper named Liki Natsume on twitter account LIKI1210 and he said he wanted to dis Japan for family on music on twitter. Some source arrticles says his parents believe in the completely different religion from this chrch and the parents spoiled him so much so he did DV to his parents. Most of people Kotabe did a reply to were SGI believer in 2012 on twitter. Please see the photo of twitter if you can understand Japanese. He went to this church for counceling of his DV for only few years and now attacked people of the church. He seems to be a fake believer of this church and he seems to want to do the negative campagne of this church for another religion he really believe.###
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2016/02/19/national/crime-legal/chiba-police-free-female-hostage-arrest-man-attack-standoff-church/#.VswMG8Jf3IV Kyodo, Staff Report Feb 19, 2016 japantimes. CHIBA – Chiba Prefectural Police arrested a 36-year-old man Friday after he went on an injurious rampage and barricaded himself in a church with a hostage, a 51-year-old female counselor, in the town of Sakura.
Special police forces stormed the church just before 5 a.m. Friday and arrested Daisuke Kotabe for allegedly confining the woman, who suffered injuries but was safe.
Kotabe, who is from Sakura, has admitted attacking the victim and holding her hostage, the police said.
They said Kotabe was at Sakura Ojidai Chapel to receive counseling from the woman when, at around 8:30 p.m. Thursday, he took out a bat and a knife from his rucksack and attacked his parents, who are in their 70s, the counselor and one other man, also in his 70s, at the church.
His parents and the man were also injured, but they managed to escape, police said, adding that none of the four victims sustained life-threatening injuries.
The police had tried to persuade Kotabe to release the hostage, but decided to storm the church about eight hours after the ordeal started, they said.
Kotabe reportedly had trouble with his parents and had been receiving counseling at the church. The police said they will investigate the cause of the attack.
The church is located in a busy urban district a few hundred meters northeast of Keisei Usui Station.
Neighbors expressed relief at the arrest of the man. A 37-year-old woman who lived by the church said she saw investigators arrive with sasumata (two-pronged poles used to restrain attackers) and shields. “It really worried me to see a crime take place so close,” she said.
At Manodai Elementary School, located some 600 meters south of the church, principal Masahiro Yamamoto kept a close watch as children came to school. “We would have delayed the school’s start had the perpetrator not been arrested in time,” Yamamoto said. “We were also considering whether to dispatch school staff along the routes children walked to school. I’m sure parents are relieved to hear he has been caught.”
###sorry this translation is partly did by the internet system so this might be inaccurate.### the person attacked the church in the criminal of Chiba; did DV for his parents http://www.tokyo-sports.co.jp/nonsec/social/508725/ tokyo sports
His parents believe in another different religion, but it was at all different from the Protestantism church in the case this time. All the more indeed it is the unbelievable part that Kotabe have gone to the church for trouble consultation. But the trouble might be serious so he want to cling to other religion if I said adversely (local people)