Osaka cops nab monk in pollution of river with illegally transported sand

Yoshiaki Sakata, a monk at Naritasan Shonsoji Temple, has been accused of violating Osaka Prefecture’s erosion control regulations (TBS News) OSAKA (TR) – A monk working for a religious corporation was arrested on Tuesday for allegedly transporting …
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