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A Japanese appeals court overturned a guilty verdict Friday for a former cult member convicted in a parcel bombing, the court said, in a rare acquittal involving the group also responsible for a deadly nerve gas attack.The Tokyo District Court last year sentenced her to five years in prison for her role in a May 1995 parcel bombing at the Tokyo metropolitan government office that seriously injured one official.Kikuchi, who had been one of only two remaining members of the Aum cult at large, was arrested in June 2012 .
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