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flowers and plants to mourn victims of Japan's worst mass killing in years thirty three people were killed on Thursday in what's thought to be in Austin attack on an animation studio Kyoto animation it makes its series popular around the nation its headquarters is now a child crying scene with police scouring for clues I don't know if I should %HESITATION animation really cares about its enemy I don't understand why workers at the studio had to go through this it's unforgivable residents of the quiet neighborhood surrounding the studio would devastated double , I'm sure we'll start seeing pictures of those who died and I think all recognize some of them it's so unfortunate the people who are so much younger than myself have died on Friday police identified the man suspected of torching the studio as Shinji iRobot according to Japan's an H. K. they say oh but has been in custody since Thursday but he has not yet been arrested the state news agency says he has burns to the face and legs and he told police I did it when he was detained and H. K. reported the suspect had no connection with the studio and his driver's license listed address outside Tokyo hundreds of miles away little else is known about him