Talk:Matsumoto incident

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Low quality of sources: dubious info[edit]

I checked the sources, it all is Japanese media articles, newspapers and one book on how Aum Shinrikyo is a terrorist group, entirely to the last member. Must be IMO rewritten. In many cases, and also with respect to Aum Shinrikyo affair, Japanese media habitually printed made-up 'revelations' and sensations that that later was found untrue. US media as well. They were not sued, so they continue in this manner to this very day.Yuri Kozharov (talk) 13:54, 30 January 2016 (UTC)

Kono[edit]

On Kono, it is nice to know he received apologies from the media. But he also defended Aum Shinrikyo and criticized the media in its coverage of Aum Shinrikyo as well.

Used Matsumoto incident as test for future ones: unproven[edit]

This is speculative. Who says that? Why not attributed? This is opinion, where is the author? Yuri Kozharov (talk) 13:50, 30 January 2016 (UTC)

Only known uses of chemical agents[edit]

I believe chlorine has recently been used in Iraq. Aatomic1 13:03, 1 September 2007 (UTC)