China ends compulsory measures on Japan intruder
Updated: 2011-10-08 21:15
SHIJIAZHUANG - Chinese state security authorities decided on Saturday to terminate the compulsory measures of release on bail on a Japanese who intruded into a military zone a year ago.
The State Security Bureau of Shijiazhuang city, capital of North China's Hebei province, said the decision was made according to law.
Sadamu Takahashi, with other three Japanese nationals, was held on charges of intruding into a Chinese military zone and illegally filming military targets in September last year.
Sadamu Takahashi was released on bail on October 9 last year after he wrote a statement of repentance, following the releases of the other three.