the prisoner who attacked Abe did not have any evidence of beheading, but he was caught on the spot after the shooting and did not do much resistance. So if you look at the two points of "strong political motivation or deep hatred" and "social peace but many problems are hidden", what is the thinking behind this unfortunate case?
First of all, the first piece of information job email list received by the public after the incident was that "the prisoners have no particular political motives." But if you look at the fact that the two days after Abe's assassination was the Senate election, it seems natural for the police to release this news because a careless move may cause great fluctuations in the election results. As far as the results are concerned, the voter turnout has not increased significantly but the ruling party has won the seats. It can be inferred that although Abe's death did not cause the dramatic effect of the sudden awakening of the people like in the comic "The Godfather", the supporters of the opposition party. The possibility of losing the will to vote while the turnout of LDP supporters has increased significantly.
And then again, the incident happened just a day ago and the prisoner said, "I have no political affiliation." Then what? If I was a prisoner who deliberately wanted to kill this important person in the party, I would say no, then you believe it? But sometimes things in the world just don't work that way. In terms of hatred and hatred, the current information is that the prisoner's mother believed in a strange religious group and then donated money to the broken family. And this "strange religious group" was finally proved to be the Unification Church of the emerging Korean religion one day later.