JP: Accused hacker: ‘I’m innocent’

Tomohiro Osaki reports:

The man accused of hacking other people’s computers to make a series of violent threats in 2012 maintained his “utter innocence” as his trial opened Wednesday at the Tokyo District Court.

Yusuke Katayama, a former employee of a Tokyo information technology company, was arrested in February 2013 on suspicion of remotely manipulating other people’s computers to threaten violence, including mass murder, causing severe business obstructions.

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