The Japanese authorities have arrested the last fugitive suspected in a deadly nerve gas attack on Tokyo subways that happened in 1995. He was caught at a comic book café in downtown Tokyo after a staff of the café recognized him and alerted the police. The fugitive is Katsuya Takahashi, 54 year old and a former member of a cult Aum Shinrikyo. He has also been the bodyguard of the cult guru Shoko Asahara. Takahashi was arrested on suspicion of murder and attempted murder in relation to the attack. Sarin gas was released by the members of the Aum Shinrikyo cult during the morning rush-hour in March 1995 that sickened over 5,500 commuters and led to the deaths of 13 people. After the gas attack, thousands of police have been on the lookout for the suspects and over 200 members of the doomsday cult were convicted, and last week they have apprehended the last member of the cult. Thirteen of the cult’s members are on death row including Asahara. They claim to be a liberal religious group but preached that the world is coming to an end and it must arm itself to prepare for different calamities. They have split into two groups and each renamed with Circle of Rainbow Light and the Aleph. The current leaders of the cult have publicly rejected Asahara but they are still under police surveillance.