Joji Obara (織原 城二, Obara Jōji), born Kim Sung Jong (Korean: 김성종; hanja: 金聖鐘) is a Korean-Japanese serial rapist who may have raped anywhere from 150 to 400 women. He was tried for the rape-related deaths of Australian national Carita Ridgway in 1992 and British national Lucie Blackman in 2000. Blackman's death, as well as Obara's trial, received high press coverage in Japan and internationally, especially in the British media.

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  • Joji Obara (織原 城二, Obara Jōji), born Kim Sung Jong (Korean: 김성종; hanja: 金聖鐘) is a Korean-Japanese serial rapist who may have raped anywhere from 150 to 400 women. He was tried for the rape-related deaths of Australian national Carita Ridgway in 1992 and British national Lucie Blackman in 2000. Blackman's death, as well as Obara's trial, received high press coverage in Japan and internationally, especially in the British media. (en)
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  • Joji Obara (織原 城二, Obara Jōji), born Kim Sung Jong (Korean: 김성종; hanja: 金聖鐘) is a Korean-Japanese serial rapist who may have raped anywhere from 150 to 400 women. He was tried for the rape-related deaths of Australian national Carita Ridgway in 1992 and British national Lucie Blackman in 2000. Blackman's death, as well as Obara's trial, received high press coverage in Japan and internationally, especially in the British media. (en)
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