Japanese arrested for reportedly caging son for 20 years

TOKYO — Japanese police said Monday they have arrested a 73-year-old man who reportedly kept his disabled son locked in a small wooden cage for more than 20 years. Hyogo prefectural police said Yoshitane Yamasaki was arrested Saturday and handed over to …
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