Shinto shrine taken over by South Korean

Chief priest of a shrine was threaten, and South Korean became a new director in the tax evasion … The removal such as toriis also.

Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Shinto shrine taken over by 【 Maizuru 】 South Korean

Association of Shinto Shrine filed a criminal complaint.

Association of Shinto Shrine filed a criminal complaint from the occurrence of the event to which the representative director change recording was done after the chief priest of a shrine had been threatened in the Shinto shrine in Kyoto Maizuru City. Defendant Tahit says "Because land in this Shinto shrine was bought, the Shinto shrine is crushed" etc. and threatens the chief priest of a shrine according to the investigation of the prefecture Shinto shrine agency. Defendant Tahit hold the representative association, and three South Koreans are elected a new government official. It is thought the Shinto shrine takeover to evade a tax, and is confirmed the shrine office place and the stone torii of this Shinto shrine were removed on November 22.

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