Ultra-leftist fugitive wanted for 1971 police slaying may have been captured, sources say

OSAKA – After 45 years on the run, a suspected ultra-leftist wanted for the 1971 killing of a police officer during a protest over the reversion of Okinawa to Japan may have been captured, investigative sources said. Masaaki Osaka, 67, is suspected of …
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