Offices of Aum successor Adelph raided over recruiting practices

SAPPORO – Police on Monday searched five offices and facilities of the main successor group to the Aum Shinrikyo cult that was responsible for the 1995 Tokyo subway nerve gas attack. The raids came after the group, now known as Aleph, allegedly recruited …
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