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Question 1: ), was a famous extortion case in ________, primarily directed at the Japanese industrial confectioneries Ezaki Glico and Morinaga, and currently remains unsolved.
United KingdomCanadaCambodiaJapan

Question 2: Meanwhile, the "Monster with 21 Faces" sent letters, written in ________ and with an Osaka dialect, to the police, taunting them, as seen in this excerpt from one of their messages:
HiraganaKanaMan'yōganaGojūon

Question 3: In August 1985, after the continuing harassment of the "Monster with 21 Faces" and the failure to capture the "Fox-Eyed Man," the police superintendent Yamamoto of the Shiga prefecture killed himself by ________.
BeijingCanadaSri LankaSelf-immolation

Question 4: However, three days later, on 21 March, Ezaki managed to escape from the warehouse in Ibaraki city in the ________.
Hirakata, OsakaSakai, OsakaOsaka PrefectureTokyo

Question 5: However, an hour earlier, a patrol car from the local ________ police had spotted a station wagon with its engine running and its headlights off.
Wakayama PrefectureShiga PrefectureYamanashi PrefectureSaitama Prefecture

Question 6: The station wagon was later found abandoned near the Kusatsu train station and had been discovered to have been stolen earlier in Nagaokakyo in the ________.
Nara PrefectureJapanKyoto PrefectureOsaka Prefecture

Question 7: The next morning, they called the director of the company in Takatsuki city and issued a ransom demand for 1 billion yen and 100 kilograms in ________.
PlatinumSilverPrecious metalPalladium

Question 8: Then, on April 16, a plastic container containing ________ and a threatening letter to Glico were found in Ibaraki.
EthanolHydrochloric acidSulfuric acidHydrogen chloride

Question 9: In June 1995, the ________ ran out on the assault and kidnapping of Ezaki, followed by the elapsing of the statute of limitations on the charge of attempted murder for poisoning in February 2000.
Inquisitorial systemCriminal procedureStatute of limitationsAdversarial system







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