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Citizens lodged complaints about foul smells several times, with the cult claiming that the US Army had assaulted the complex with poison gas.
An accident at the plant in November would eventually force the suspension of the production of chemical agents.
The first attack involved a truck with a spraying system, as previously used — the spraying system malfunctioned, spraying sarin into the truck itself, and mildly poisoning the operators.
The second attack utilized a truck modified to include an evaporation system based on heating sarin over a gas stove fire; despite prior warnings from cult member Kazuyoshi Takizawa, the truck caught fire during the dissemination, severely poisoning the driver Tomomitsu Niimi and causing both Niimi and Murai — the operators — to flee.
Niimi received an injection of atropine and pralidoxime iodine, saving his life. Despite the failure of the attack, the members of Aum were convinced of sarin's efficacy, prompting Asahara to appoint Takizawa in charge of operations of Satyan-7; Tsuchiya was assigned to several other projects and would go on to manufacture several psychoactives — LSD , PCP , methamphetamine , mescaline , and phenobarbital to be used in the cult activities and brainwashing ; he would also manufacture small amounts of phosgene, VX, soman , cyclosarin , and gunpowder.
These compounds would be used in several attacks and assassination attempts:. In June , Asahara ordered the cult to assassinate the judges involved in deciding a commercial land dispute involving the cult, due to his belief that they would not deliver a favourable judgement.
About a week later, on 27 June, 30L of sarin was loaded onto a truck equipped with a fan, heater, and pump — six members, pre-administered with sarin antidotes and wearing improvised gas masks, began the propagation of sarin at around pm, spraying for around 10—20 minutes.
Due to it being a warm evening, many residents had left their windows open while they slept — the first emergency call was made at pm.
Within an hour, a mass disaster caused by an unknown toxic gas had been declared. Fifty-eight people were hospitalised, of whom seven people died in the immediate aftermath, and an eighth 14 years later, and an additional people sought medical care at outpatient clinics.
Blame would not be clearly attributed to Aum Shinrikyo until after the subway attack, despite tipoffs — in September , two anonymous letters were sent to major media outlets in Japan — the first asserting that the group were responsible for the attack, and the second claiming that Matsumoto was an open-air 'experiment of sorts', noting that the results would have been much worse if sarin had been released indoors, such as in 'a crowded subway'.
Following an accident at Satyan-7 the next month and complaints from the surrounding communities , a police investigation revealed methylphosphonic acid and isopropyl methylphosphonic acid — the former being a degradation product of sarin, and the latter being a definitive signature of both sarin production and of failures in production.
However, there was no law at the time prohibiting the production of the nerve agents. Fingerprint evidence for an Aum member linked to an earlier kidnapping, in addition to the sarin-contaminated soil samples, caused the police to set a raid date for 22 March.
Asahara was made aware of the impending raid by two cult members inside the Self-Defense Forces , and ordered an attack on Tokyo subway lines close to the Metropolitan Police Department on the morning of the 20th March — possibly as a desperate attack to initiate the apocalypse.
To aid in this, Tsuchiya was ordered by Endo to produce sarin again on 18 March - due to a lack of normal precursors as a result of the chemical destruction process, the sarin produced was of a lower quality and caused the normally colourless sarin to appear brown.
Later forensic analysis found that the sarin utilised in the attack was roughly half as pure as that used in the Matsumoto attack.
On Monday, 20 March , five members of Aum Shinrikyo launched a chemical attack on the Tokyo subway on lines that are part of the present-day Tokyo Metro , one of the world's busiest commuter transport systems, at the peak of the morning rush hour.
The chemical agent used, liquid sarin , was contained in plastic bags which each team then wrapped in newspaper. Each perpetrator carried two packets totaling approximately 0.
Aum originally planned to spread the sarin as an aerosol but did not follow through with it. Carrying their packets of sarin and umbrellas with sharpened tips, the perpetrators boarded their appointed trains.
At prearranged stations, the sarin packets were dropped and punctured several times with the sharpened tip of the umbrella.
Each perpetrator then got off the train and exited the station to meet his accomplice with a car. This sarin affected passengers, subway workers, and those who came into contact with them.
Sarin is the most volatile of the nerve agents,  which means that it can quickly and easily evaporate from a liquid into a vapor and spread into the environment.
People can be exposed to the vapor even if they do not come in contact with the liquid form of sarin. Because it evaporates so quickly, sarin presents an immediate but short-lived threat.
The team of Ikuo Hayashi and Tomomitsu Niimi were assigned to drop and puncture two sarin packets on the Chiyoda Line.
Hayashi was the perpetrator and Niimi was his getaway driver. Hayashi eventually chose to use Akahata. Wearing a surgical mask commonly worn by the Japanese during cold and flu season, Hayashi boarded the first car of southwest-bound Chiyoda Line train number AK.
As the train approached Shin-Ochanomizu Station , the central business district in Chiyoda , he punctured one of his two bags of sarin, leaving the other untouched, and exited the train at Shin-Ochanomizu.
The train proceeded down the line with the punctured bag of sarin leaking until 4 stops later at Kasumigaseki Station.
There, the bags were removed and eventually disposed of by station attendants, of whom two died. The train continued on to the next station where it was completely stopped, evacuated and cleaned.
Two men, Ken'ichi Hirose and Koichi Kitamura, were assigned to release two sarin packets on the westbound Marunouchi Line destined for Ogikubo Station.
He then bought a sports tabloid to wrap the sarin packets in and boarded the second car of Marunouchi Line train A As he was about to release the sarin, Hirose believed the loud noises caused by the newspaper-wrapped packets had caught the attention of a schoolgirl.
To avoid further suspicion, he got off the train at either Myogadani or Korakuen Station and moved to the third car instead of the second.
As the train approached Ochanomizu Station , Hirose dropped the newspapers to the floor, repeated an Aum mantra and punctured both sarin packets with so much force that he bent the tip of his sharpened umbrella.
Hirose then departed the train at Ochanomizu and left via Kitamura's car waiting outside the station. Hirose's clumsy release of the sarin resulted in him accidentally poisoning himself, but he was able to administer an antidote stored in Kitamura's car.
At Nakano-sakaue Station , 14 stops later, two severely injured passengers were carried out of the train car, while station attendant Sumio Nishimura removed the sarin packets one of these two passengers was the only fatality from this attack.
The train continued with sarin still on the floor of the third car. The entire ordeal resulted in one passenger's death with being seriously injured.
Masato Yokoyama and his driver Kiyotaka Tonozaki were assigned to release sarin on the Ikebukuro -bound Marunouchi Line.
On the way to Shinjuku Station , Tonozaki stopped to allow Yokoyama to buy a copy of Nihon Keizai Shimbun , to wrap the two sarin packets.
When they arrived at the station, Yokoyama put on a wig and fake glasses and boarded the fifth car of the Ikebukuro-bound Marunouchi Line train number B As the train approached Yotsuya Station , Yokoyama began poking at the sarin packets.
When the train reached the next station, he fled the scene with Tonozaki, leaving the sarin packets on the train car.
The packets were not fully punctured. During his drop, Yokoyama left one packet fully intact, while the other packet was only punctured once and with a small hole , resulting in the sarin being released relatively slowly.
Before it departed the train was evacuated and searched, but the searchers failed to discover the sarin packets. The attack resulted in no fatalities, but over people were left in serious condition.
Toru Toyoda and his driver Katsuya Takahashi were assigned to release sarin on the northeast-bound Hibiya Line. After purchasing a copy of Hochi Shimbun and wrapping his two sarin packets, Toyoda arrived at Naka-Meguro Station where he boarded the first car of northeast-bound Hibiya Line train number BT.
Sitting close to the door, he set the sarin packets on the floor. When the train arrived at the next station, Ebisu , Toyoda punctured both packets and got off the train.
He was on the train for a total of two minutes, by far the quickest sarin drop out of the five attacks that day. Two stops later, at Roppongi Station , passengers in the train's first car began to feel the effects of the sarin and began to open the windows.
By Kamiyacho Station , the next stop, the passengers in the car had begun panicking. The first car was evacuated and several passengers were immediately taken to a hospital.
Still, with the first car empty, the train continued down the line for one more stop until it was completely evacuated at Kasumigaseki Station.
This attack killed one person and seriously injured others. Unlike the rest of the attackers, Hayashi carried three sarin packets onto the train instead of two.
Prior to the attack, Hayashi asked to carry a flawed leftover packet in addition to the two others in an apparent bid to allay suspicions and prove his loyalty to the group.
After Sugimoto escorted him to Ueno Station , Hayashi boarded the third car of southwest-bound Hibiya Line train number AS and dropped his sarin packets to the floor.
Hayashi made the most punctures of any of the perpetrators. By the next stop, passengers in the third car began to feel the effects of the sarin.
Four people in the station died as a result. A puddle of sarin remained on the floor of the passenger car as the train continued to the next station.
The train was in a tunnel at the time, and was forced to proceed to Tsukiji Station , where passengers stumbled out and collapsed on the station's platform and the train was taken out of service.
The attack was originally believed to be an explosion and was thus labeled as such in media reports. Eventually, station attendants realized that the attack was not an explosion, but rather a chemical attack.
Between the five stations affected in this attack, 10 people died and were seriously injured. Ten men were responsible for carrying out the attacks: five released the sarin, while the other five served as getaway drivers.
Naoko Kikuchi, who was involved in producing the sarin gas, was arrested after a tipoff in June Kikuchi was acquitted in on the grounds that she was unaware of the plot.
Katsuya Takahashi was arrested soon afterward. Prior to joining Aum, Hayashi was a senior medical doctor with "an active 'front-line' track record" at the Ministry of Science and Technology.
The son of a doctor, Hayashi graduated from Keio University. In , he resigned his job and left his family to join Aum in the monastic order Sangha, where he became one of Asahara's favorites and was appointed the group's Minister of Healing, as which he was responsible for administering a variety of "treatments" to Aum members, including sodium pentothal and electric shocks to those whose loyalty was suspect.
These treatments resulted in several deaths. Hayashi later reported to the Japanese police investigators about the sarin attacks and Aum activities post-Tokyo subway attack; his cooperation with the authorities resulted in numerous arrests and convictions, and he was given a life sentence instead of death penalty.
He was executed by hanging at Osaka Detention Center on 6 July  with six others of those principally involved. Hirose was thirty years old at the time of the attacks.
Holder of a postgraduate degree in physics from Waseda University ,  Hirose became an important member of the group's Chemical Brigade in their Ministry of Science and Technology.
He was also involved in the group's Automatic Light Weapon Development scheme. After releasing the sarin, Hirose himself showed symptoms of sarin poisoning.
He was able to inject himself with the antidote atropine sulphate and was rushed to the Aum-affiliated Shinrikyo Hospital in Nakano for treatment.
Medical personnel at the given hospital had not been given prior notice of the attack and were consequently clueless regarding what treatment Hirose needed.
When Kitamura realized that he had driven Hirose to the hospital in vain, he instead drove to Aum's headquarters in Shibuya where Ikuo Hayashi gave Hirose first aid.
Hirose was later sentenced to death by hanging for his role in the attack. His appeal of his death sentence was rejected by the Tokyo High Court on 28 July and the sentence was upheld by the Supreme Court of Japan on 6 November Kitamura, Hirose's getaway driver, was sentenced to life imprisonment.
Toyoda was twenty-seven at the time of the attack. He also held a master's degree ,  and was about to begin doctoral studies when he joined Aum, where he belonged to the Chemical Brigade in their Ministry of Science and Technology.
Toyoda was sentenced to death. The appeal of his death sentence was rejected by the Tokyo High Court on July 28, , and was upheld by the Supreme Court on November 6, Katsuya Takahashi was Toru Toyoda's getaway driver.
Takahashi was arrested in June Yokoyama was thirty-one at the time of the attack. He worked for an electronics firm in Gunma Prefecture  for three years after graduation before leaving to join Aum, where he became Undersecretary at the group's Ministry of Science and Technology.
He was also involved in their Automatic Light Weapons Manufacturing scheme. Yokoyama was sentenced to death in Kiyotaka Tonozaki, a high school graduate who joined the group in , was a member of the group's Ministry of Construction, and served as Yokoyama's getaway driver.
Tonozaki was sentenced to life imprisonment. Yasuo Hayashi was thirty-seven years old at the time of the attacks, and was the oldest person at the group's Ministry of Science and Technology.
He studied Artificial Intelligence at Kogakuin University ; after graduation he traveled to India where he studied yoga.
He then became an Aum member, taking vows in and rising to the number three position in the group's Ministry of Science and Technology.
Asahara had at one time suspected Hayashi of being a spy. The extra packet of sarin he carried was part of "ritual character test" set up by Asahara to prove his allegiance, according to the prosecution.
Hayashi went on the run after the attacks; he was arrested twenty-one months later, one thousand miles from Tokyo on Ishigaki Island. His appeal was rejected by the Tokyo High Court in Hayashi was executed by hanging at Sendai Detention Center on 26 July Hayashi's getaway driver was Shigeo Sugimoto, whose lawyers argued he played only a minor role in the attack, but the argument was rejected and he was sentenced to life in prison.
In , he served as getaway driver for one of the perpetrators of the Tokyo subway sarin attack, Kenichi Hirose. He was 27 years old when the attack was committed.
Kitamura is a native of Aichi Prefecture and joined Aum Shinrikyo in the late s after reading a book written by leader Shoko Asahara. During the Tokyo subway sarin attack he drove Kenichi Hirose to the Tokyo Metro Marunouchi Line where Hirose boarded a train and punctured two bags of liquid sarin , causing the death of one person.
The attack would kill 13 people and injure more than 5, He remained as a fugitive until November of when he was finally arrested in Tokorozawa, Saitama.
Over the next week, the full scale of Aum's activities was revealed for the first time. At the cult's headquarters on the foot of Mount Fuji, Written by Anonymous.
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