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Hideo Kojima’s studio says it will consider ‘legal action’ after fake killer posts circulate

Hideo Kojima’s game studio has issued a response after fake reports were circulated on social media and news outlets in which Kojima was mistakenly identified as the murderer of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. In a tweetKojima Productions says it “strongly condemns the spread of fake news and rumors conveying false information” and “will consider legal action in some cases.”

On Friday, a man shot and killed Abe during his speech during a political campaign rally. Police arrested the gunman at the scene, who was later identified as 41-year-old Tetsuya Yamagami.

Shortly after the incident, an internet troll on 4chan posted a racist image that connects Kojima’s face to that of the shooter (through PCGamer† Another user responded to the post with three additional photos of Kojima showing the metal gear and Death Stranding designer in a Soviet cap, as well as posing with images of the Argentine revolutionary Che Guevara.

french comedian Georges Jordito later shared again these images on Twitter as part of a now-deleted “satiric” post stating that the culprit was Japanese soccer star Keisuke Honda. However, Damien Rieu, a far-right French politician with ties to the country’s nationalist movement, took it seriously and… tweeted images of Kojima with text translated to: “The extreme left kills.” As indicated by Shamethe images were then retrieved by Greek and Iranian news outlets that incorrectly used the photos in their coverage of the murder.

Rieu has since deleted his tweet and apologized to Kojima, noting, “I naively took a joke for information.” The Greek outlet, which featured an image of Kojima in a broadcast, pulled its segment from YouTube, while the Iranian newspaper also corrected the image used in his report.

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