Resigned after 16 years on the run
A member of the Japanese doomsday cult Aum Shinrikito, Makoto Hirata, reported himself to the police in Tokyo after being indicted for 16 years.
Hirata has been on the run since the nerve gas attack in the subway in Tokyo in 1995 where 13 people were killed.
46 years old Hirata is wanted for nerve gas attack, but for the kidnapping of the brother of a member of the sect in 1995.
The man is accused of having kidnapped died after being given an injection in Aums headquarters at the foot of Mount Fuji.
13 sentenced to death
13 members of the Aum Shinrikito is sentenced to death and waiting to be executed for their roles in nerve gas attack.
A total of nearly 200 members of the sect sentenced for their roles in the attack and other crimes, writes the BBC .
After Hirata was taken, there are now only two sect members who are on the run from police.
Started by yoga teacher
Doomsday cult Aum Shinrikyo was founded by Shoko Asahara in the middle of the 1980s.
To begin with, representing sect a mixture of Hinduism and Buddhism, but gradually developed into a paranoid doomsday sect.
When the group attacked the subway in Tokyo with nerve gas in 1995 will have had several thousand members, among them more rich and powerful people in the Japanese society.